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The High Priest Questioned Jesus

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 9, 2003 15:47:47 UTC

I did not notice him ordaining Jesus.

You can twist scripture to fit your own purposes any way you like. God will forgive you.

You are just doing what you are supposed to do.

Anyway, it has been fun and instructive discusing all this with you. One must never think that a mind can be changed on this forum

Only seeds can be planted.

Perhaps the next time you encounter someone like me, your arguments will be more refined.

But I am really impressed by your tolerance which comes out of your love for Jesus.

I once referred to the Gentiles in discussion with another on this forum, and he has never let me forget that I called him a Gentile, like it was some kind of dirty word.

But allow me to leave you with one thought.

Within the one god, there is tremendous diversity.

Diversity is a good thing,
it is a god thing.

It is programmed into the evolution of the species to ensure that species survive.
Species survive because of a diverse gene pool.
One disease cannot wipe out an entire species.

It is on earth as it is in heaven.

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