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Yanniru Is Not My Representative

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on December 17, 2001 20:10:23 UTC


I did not discredit the New Testament,
though Yanniru stated I did.
My view is that like science, we can
criticize the Bible. It contains errors.
As far as "Bible" being "the word of God"
as Yanniru also stated, I noticed more than
one word in it. Why must the Bible meet
the standard of its most doctrinaire promulgator?
Why can we not just read it honestly?

Yanniru does not have permission to
characterize my statements as if he represents
my intent. He claims I did more
than I intended.


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