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The difference is not because either one of the authors forgot the order of the temptations presented, nor is it a case of one being right and the other wrong. Both authors made extensive use of the hypothetical 'Q' document and both, from time to time, changed some details in Q to suit theological purposes. Because the two gospel accounts are derived from a ...


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If Judas was not predestined to betray Jesus, then Jesus's Words were fasle, because if Judas repented then there would have been no betrayal, and at the last supper and previously, it was Judas that was identified by Jesus as the one who the devil would enter and the one who dipped his bread. So if Judas repented and did not betray Jesus, then Jesus ...



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