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Test your New Testament knowledge

Re: Test your New Testament knowledge

Postby Fortigurn » 14 Jun 2011, 09:44

Vorkosigan wrote:ROFL. I listed three in the Commentary (so flattered to find you've actually looked at it) because listing no more was necessary.

Yet you said 'some' in your commentary, and then 'many' here. You said 'consider the basis for' in one phrasing of your question, and merely 'has strong similarities with, and may be related to', in another phrasing of your question. These two statements are not saying the same. On the other hand you could do your best to try and harmonize these statements using standard apologetic hermeneutics, which would be amusing.
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