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  • Ted Seeber

    One of the better analogies I’ve heard for it. Must remember that one.

    • ivan_the_mad

      Definitely. And I’m tickled pink that this has been “used for a thousand years to explain how Mary was saved by Christ”, confirming that when it comes to objections to the Faith there’s nihil sub sole novum.

  • How much Latin am I going to have to learn? 🙂

  • Gégé

    Hello Mark,

    one day could you treat the following : “Matt5/17 “Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them. ”
    It is used by muslim apologetics to try to compromise christian belief : they say that we jsut have abandonned the law, and not accomplish. I have any ideas to answer but the mosaic Law is huge and I haven’t enough knowledge to cover it.
    Any ideas?

    Thanks