I have noted that the opposite consequences are based on a plural (9:50)
and a singular (11:23) first person pronoun. We can accept all the help
we can get. But Christ demands unconditional surrender. How is this
relevant to any heresy except rejection of his lordship? Is its opposite
On Mon, 18 Feb 2002 22:31:51 -0500 george murphy <email@example.com>
> "Howard J. Van Till" wrote:
> > >From: george murphy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > > It's worth noting that both Luke 9:50 and 11:23 are in
> the same
> > > Gospel.
> > OK, I've noted it. Now what?
> Now keep in mind that the mirror image of a heresy is
> generally also
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