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Posted by Harvey on July 3, 2003 02:48:31 UTC


Now that I understand you better, it is a real pleasure to read your text for the depth that is there. I especially liked your statement: "He and/or his story managed to fulfill some niche in the convergence of meaning. It hardly matters whether someone denies him. The spacetime he occupies is not about aggrandizing himself as an historical figure. The tragedy of denying him is that one denies one's own value, for he (and the most basic theology about him) is a transcendent and convincing testimony to our own depth of meaning." That's a very profound statement and very much in line with my views.

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