"Sacred history deals with the redemptive realities created by the supernatural activity of God. Biblical theology deals with the redemptive knowledge communicated in order to interpret these realities. From this it follows, that while the two are intimately associated, yet they are logically distinct. The one moves in the sphere of being, the other in the sphere of truth." Geerhardus Vos, The Nature and Aims of Biblical Theology, http://www.biblicaltheology.org/nabt.pdf
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