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December 3, 2002

What Jesus really said.

by Feòrag

The Face to Faith column in yesterday's Guardian examines those bits of the New Testament you are unlikely to see on a wayside pulpit any time soon. What Jesus really said - The Guardian, 2nd December 2002.

Posted in Hypocrisy at 14:52. Last modified on September 28 2006 at 23:43.
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1: Posted by: tom | September 19, 2003 3:17 PM

I read the article and to make sure the quote were not out of context I read the entire chapters cited and found them to be totally accurate. This is the kind of research that any thinking Christian has to confront. Thank you.

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