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A Great Work For Correct Interpretation of Scritpture. There's Great Reasons I Put This Title I guess.

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I guess the moderators may prefer that I put the title of the book in the topic Subject also I want you and them to know that I wanted to avoid rejection of the valuable work I intend to reveal to you I guess. Its part of ANF. Ante-Nicene Fathers The Writings of the Fathers down to A.D. 325 I guess.

I guess its value is in doubt amongst some scholars and professers.

I guess my opinion is that after diligent study a Christian will gain greater understanding of many subjects of the bible and have the power to answer many questions about the world.

I guess it was written masterfully without much unnecessary wording. Pure knowledge in it I guess.

Before you read I guess some scripture from below may be useful.

Chapter Thessalonians 5

20 Despise not prophesyings. 21 Prove all things; hold fast that which is good.

King James Version.


An example of the work, skillful debate shown.

Chapter XXI.—Freedom of the Will.

Then Peter said: “If, then, nothing is in our power, it is useless for us to inquire anything concerning God, since it is not in the power of those who seek to find; hence I said well, that this should be the first inquiry, whether 120anything is in the power of the will.”682 Then said Simon: “We cannot even understand this that you say, if there is anything in the power of the will.” But Peter, seeing that he was turning to contention, and, through fear of being overcome, was confounding all things as being in general uncertain, answered: “How then do you know that it is not in the power of man to know anything, since this very thing at least you know?”


I guess any Christian who believes other peoples opinions of this work because of their position in a school, university, college or wherever may suffer a great loss.

My email for any questions I guess tjkelly@live.co.uk

The Recognitions of Clement.

The Clementine Homilies.

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