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From: (Nathaniel Taylor)
Subject: facts (was re: Children of Zedekiah)
Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2001 12:59:14 -0400
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"Todd A. Farmerie" <> wrote:
>Mr. Tinney quoted:
>> "... it is a well-known fact that
>> the royal arms of Ireland is the harp of David,
>> and has been for 2,500 years"
>There was no such thing as a "royal arms" 2500 years ago.
Whenever I see the words "it is a well-known fact that...", I assume that
what follows is (a) false, or, at best, without foundation; and/or (b)
little-known, regardless of its veracity.
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