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The Bible and the Arts site uses cookies to help provide the best experience we can for our users and contributors. We ask you to accept this before you start using the site: if you want to avoid cookies altogether the site will work, but not so well.

What are cookies?

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We use cookies to remember your preferences ONLY to improve your use of our site (e.g. remembering your log-in details, saving you time when you sign in) never beyond it, and not for providing info about you for adverts. Cookies can also help us to understand the efficiency of the site, its navigation routes and functionality, and show us where improvements can be made.

Cookies are useful, but you can accept or refuse them. They are managed by third parties, and you can use the third parties' own tools to restrict them. You can also use Spybot or cookie finder services to delete them from your browsing history retrospectively.

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