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From: (Jared Linn Olar)
Subject: Re: Jesus
Date: 19 Jul 2004 12:21:13 -0700
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You've adopted an unreasonable and ridiculous standard of evidence. I
suppose, since I'm sure you are logically consistent, that you believe
future genealogists shouldn't accept any writing of yours or of your
relatives as any sort of evidence about your family history?

Jared Linn Olar

on 7/19/04 11:59 AM, at wrote:
>I cannot agree. You state that we must find Christian writings to
>validate Christian history and theology. In my opinion we must
>find NON-CHRISTIAN writings which will validate Christian history
>and theology. Any Christian writing will be selfserving.
>
>Gordon Hale
>Grand Prairie, Texas


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