By: SHREYASI DAS ROY & ABIGAIL SIMONE BEAUCASIN
The Bible is regarded as the source of inspiration for various literary works and one of the primary faculties in Western theological institutions. An anthology of books harbouring the initial conception of Christianity, Judaism and Islam, it has been constructed, re-constructed, edited and compiled across ages. Presenting the dogma of Christianity through its own institutional and spiritual evolution, it has been quoted, cited and pointed to by well-known figures of the History of English Literature such as John Milton and William Blake. The recognition of its role in the world of literature would be presented in this collaborative academic paper through a strict analysis of the symbolic significance of the miraculous events in the Bible, with special reference to the Book of Genesis and the Book of Exodus from the Old Testament and the Gospel of Matthew and the Book of Revelation from the New Testament.
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