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    • Chapter 16 - Mark's ending
      Feel into [repetition] please. (My search - „ad marinus Mark ending“ found Lunn 2014) 93pg: I. 1. b) ... they were afraid.“ For in this way the ending of the gospel of Mark is defined in nearly all the copies. The thing that appearce next, seldom [and] in some but not in [all of the copies] may be spurious [greek], especially as it implies a contradiction to the testamony of the rest of the evangelists. This than [is what] someone might say [greek] and avoid compleatly do away with a superflourus question [greek]. On the other hand, someone else, who dares to set aside, nothing whatsoever of things which appear, by whatever means, in the text of the Gosples, say [greek] that the reading is double, as also in many other [cases] and [that] each of the two [readings] must be accepted in that [they both] are approved in the oppinion of the faithfull and pios not this [reading] rather than that, or this [reading] rather than this.“   (1)Kelhoffer #footnote 137„Wittness of Eusebius ad martinum“ 80- 83 page, wrote this... (2)Lunn N. Original ending of Mark.Pickwick 2014: 93pg. (I found it here- online)
    • WHATS SO IMPORTANT ABOUT THE SABBATH AND ITS TRUE DAY?
      you might want to go back and read my post again.   I was having trouble with formatting so had to post it before it was finished. I added quite a bit to it.  
    • Chapter 16 - Mark's ending
      Today it almost seems that – we are left with this riddle: Our finding in this is more than compleatly oposite to what this church father tried to comment on (17 centuries back – in timeline). This truth is what learned scolars had knowledge of and it was well discussed 130 years back.
    • WHATS SO IMPORTANT ABOUT THE SABBATH AND ITS TRUE DAY?
      I see nowhere where anyone can be seeing fulfilled as abolish... not even in this submittal.
    • Justice Scalia
      Yes it's typical.  No respect.  Just look at what they did with gay marriage, totally ignoring the majority of the people.  Why should this be any different.  And your right, he was a wonderful man.  
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