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Old 04-03-2009, 09:09 PM
 
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A tare will reveal themselves so long as we have and know the truth which is contained in the scriptures and we are able to understand them thru the guidance of the Spirit. Remember scripture does not contradict itself and the Spirit does not contradict scripture.
Unfortunately mere human understanding . . . especially after only simplistic reading . . . produces understanding that contradicts the clear example and understanding of Jesus and the true nature of our God. Of course if you think scripture is self-explanatory and the nature of the supreme God of the universe is discernible by simplistic reading and an uneducated understanding of the spiritual purpose and significance (NOT worldly, historical or carnal) of scripture . . . i guess you will be infallible enough to make these judgments of others.
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