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Show Us What "his Text" Meant Then

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on May 16, 2003 01:22:56 UTC

It was remarkably unclear what "his text" meant.
I only cut and pasted two intact pieces back to back. The words were "his text."
The "other interpretation" was not what "his text" said.
There are numerous examples where "his text" is
quite amazing in its arrogance and hatred.
For example, "his text" says,
"When Mike is unable to dispute what I say, he changes what I say to something he can deal with."
When have I been unable to dispute. Does "his text" about the relationship of God to mathematics ...seem "indisputable?" That seems a little arrogant.

His text also says, "That is one of the reasons I hate the kind of person Mike is so intensely."

This, too, seems to be the mark of a spiritual
disease rather than text which can teach us.

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