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Posted by Phillip Martin on September 17, 2002 21:44:23 UTC

""God loves me" is another story entirely different matter"

You are saying two things.
1. "God loves me" is another story.
2. "God loves me" is an entirely different matter.

"An entirely different matter", and "another story" are essentially the same thing, but stated in a different way. One cannot correct it and make sense at the same time (with one sentence), because they are incompatible. The fact that you could not correct the sentence with it staying as one sentence confused you. It probably never came to your attention that you were saying two things that belonged in two sentences. Many people think that way until they learn not to, I did.

My advise is to choose one of those sentences and use it.

Warm Regards,

Phillip Martin

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