The formation and process of a book is rarely that interesting. Most of what we have read in our lives centers around one or two writers sitting down, crafting out stories, and then those stories make their way to us to read though. It can be easy to just look at the Bible as a book, but it’s not a book. It’s an anthology. A collection. It’s a library full of the full gamut of human emotion, struggle, and redemption. It chronicles the interaction between God and man and the words on it’s pages were brought to our hands through the sacrifice of so many. When the mystery of the Bible’s history vanishes, we’re left with a context that not only inspires faith, but also clarity to why this book is so important for our lives.