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Talk:Argument: The Bible is simply wrong if a literal interpretation is taken

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(commenting on poor quality of argument and asking for contributors to help.)
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This is a poor argument for one reason: It is a series of conclusions, not justifications for those conclusions. Somebody needs to edit this so that it isn't redundant with the argument's title. It needs to actually ''support'' the proposition in the title. This is a poor argument for one reason: It is a series of conclusions, not justifications for those conclusions. Somebody needs to edit this so that it isn't redundant with the argument's title. It needs to actually ''support'' the proposition in the title.
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 +This is a poor argument because: The Devil and Jesus are both spirits, I am sure they have ways of seeing besides the way we do(look at all the times God and angels give visions in the Bible).

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This is a poor argument for one reason: It is a series of conclusions, not justifications for those conclusions. Somebody needs to edit this so that it isn't redundant with the argument's title. It needs to actually support the proposition in the title.

This is a poor argument because: The Devil and Jesus are both spirits, I am sure they have ways of seeing besides the way we do(look at all the times God and angels give visions in the Bible).

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