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This saying is concerned with God's revelation. The Bible can and has been used as a tool of oppression throughout history. To write straight on crooked lines means while God reveals himself/herself through Scripture as humans we err in our interpretation. The authors of the bible were no exception. They, like us did not always get his message correct. While reading the Bible there are certain passages that point to God's true message. This message is one of love and acceptance. Hope this helps. . it means he cares for people

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