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December 05, 2010


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what do y'all make of this?

Plato, by way of Erasmus...

there is nothing fairer
nothing more to be admired,
than wisdom,
which, if it could be seen by the corporeal eye, would draw to itself and incredible number of worshippers.

Brad Jersak

A good place to start is the Colloquies of Erasmus, the text of which can be found online. E.g.


Brilliant irony abounds.

Brian Zahnd

Thank you, Ron. How about some suggested reading?


... as the Father, Son and Spirit are one, so the church is to be a unified and integrated body.

is there a truer chord than this?

thank you.

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