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My first reaction is that this is simply not the accepted understanding of the passage, and that this understanding can only come from a person determined to find fault in it. But that hardly seems to do it justice, so here's a better, more complete answer: One obvious response to the idea that Matthew 8:20 refers to Jesus acknowledging that He isn't ...


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The supposed inconsistency here is clearly that some passages say it's OK to eat anything, but that in Act2 15, James judges that non-Jewish Christians should be "not troubled" with The Law except as follows: 19 “Therefore it is my judgment that we do not trouble those who are turning to God from among the Gentiles,20 but that we write to them that ...



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