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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
1. One with extreme devotion to books.
2. One having excessive devotion to the Bible, especially to its literal interpretation.
From Greek biblio- (book) + -latry (worship). Earliest documented use: 1847.
“Well trained in the best American scholarly library, and a true bibliolater, [Danile Willard Fiske] was equally well equipped to establish Cornell’s Library.”
Morris Bishop; A History of Cornell; Cornell University Press; 2014.
“Regular readers know that I am no bibliolater. But the remedy I’m talking about is from the Bible.”
Tom Harpur; The Psalms Are Healing Tonic for an Ailing Spirit; Toronto Star (Canada); Jul 14, 1996.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Just think of the tragedy of teaching children not to doubt. -Clarence Darrow, lawyer and author (18 Apr 1857-1938)