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Why should such mistaken views not cast doubt on whether Jesus was guiding his followers?


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On December 9, 2016 at 4:34 AM, Diakonos said:

the study conductor really showed to me how, as a general rule, we are such a non-thinking and illogical group of people.


I'll allow for this, to a degree. Furthermore, it is not a bad thing. It is in harmony with the first century GB being "uneducated and ordinary," not masters of critical argumentation.

While faith and logic need not be mutually exclusive, you should not expect to PROVE matters of faith by logic.

It ought to be clear that Jesus didn't give two hoots about argumentation.

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