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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on May 27, 2002 22:24:45 UTC

oversimplifying what they read and observe.
I wrote what I wrote. There's no need to
simplify it. More likely, you could write at length about it. If you don't you are concealing
your thoughts while asking everyone else to explain theirs.
One question was whether Jesus ever knew mental health problems. One reason for asking that is folks say God had to live as a person to comprehend us better as a manager.
If you don't think that, then the topic is moot with you and I'm not going on with you on it.
But if you do think that, the question is whether he could be fully human if he didn't know a full range of confusions and conflicts with which humans struggle.

I ain't got no radio. That might be neat though.

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