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Why does Bradbury use language and imagery from the Bible to conclude the novel?
Montag, though we don't see him engage in any rituals throughout the book, is very religious, the bible is an appropriate choice.
The passages from the bible which Bradbury uses speak to the larger themes of the novel: cycles and rebirth. Seasons.
The Book People want to transform their new post-war world into The Garden of Eden.
This is done in honor of Mildred; she was a devout Christian.
Because, in one interpretation, Montag is a stand-in for Jesus Christ.