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> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On
> Behalf Of John Burgeson
> Sent: Thursday, November 09, 2000 7:05 PM
> Glenn also wrote: "As you notice, I have often used comparative
> religion to
> illustrate my points. If we can make a wonderful teaching tool out of the
> flood, which has no connection with what really happened, then
> why can't we
> make such a tool
> out of the Book of Mormon, which also never happened."
> Glenn: Having never read the book of Mormon, I'll still venture an
> observation that we can use it as such a tool, just aswe sometimes use
> Aeslop's fables. Or the book "Ben-Hur." Etc.
Sure you can Burgy, but is that all you think the Bible is? A book of morals
for good teaching? I hope it is more than that. If the Bible is merely a
book of good morals, we might as well read The Book of Virtues instead.
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