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Wrong. Please Check The Quote In Question One More Time

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Posted by Mikey Pearson on August 25, 2003 05:41:18 UTC

Hi Duane:
The question was not whether words can be "true" but whether words can be "inerrant." The context clearly shows this. I was saying words can't be inerrant because they can be interpreted various ways. Words can, however, convey something true, according to my understanding of definitions, based upon the dictionary.
If you want to discuss this further, it is necessary to start over. I cannot be responsible for defending statements I did not make just because someone implies I made them. Good thing we have archives.

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