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RE: RE: Searching For Answers... Still

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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on September 9, 2000 14:31:33 UTC

Hi Gojo, I have found the subject will always be biased in some way. The way I came to my current conclusions which I will not mention, was by looking at what it is I was basing all else upon, that being a book. From there I tried to reason out what it was about this book that was different from all other books. Not even looking at the text for that, but the overall history of it, was it different in its revalence and effect on the world as a whole than other books. Have there been other books that have such effect? Are they in agreement with the one I was trying to isolate? What portion of the world believes that it is supreame and other books follow, do other major portions of the world give it second priority to other books, or disbelieve its message entirely?...
It is quite a work, no question on that!

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