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I know Through a Glass Darkly was...

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I know Through a Glass Darkly was the title of a book, but I think the phrase comes from something else. What is it?
In his first letter to the early Christian church at Corinth, the apostle Paul said, β€œFor now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face…” The Apostle was referring to a time when the mysteries of heaven would be made clear. The glass he referred to was a looking glass, which at the time would have been made of polished metal, and would have reflected a much darker image than modern mirrors.

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