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Posted by Richard Ruquist on June 6, 2002 15:23:43 UTC

I most definitely agree. And as discussed somewhere below, nothing written in english could be the biblical word of god.

And likewise the Rabis that wrote the original in Hebrew have to have their memories examined, or the Apostles who wrote in Greek (which indicates that they were not eye witnesses since the original apostles were not learned) have to have their hearsays examined.

Therefore, it is with great difficulty to say anything written by humans is the literal word of god.

Also see my 'Word of god 'post below.

Are we still in agreement? That's so rare on this forum.



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