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Alan Kurschner's due for his own Wikipedia page

What do you think God thinks about people who self-identify as Christian and spend their time trying to authenticate the word of God as being corrupted?


For the record, the 'conclusion' this great scholar has come to is in no way supported by the collective voice of Great Atheist Bible Scholars of the last 300 or so years. This great scholar though is taking a great burden upon himself on this issue. Perhaps he will enter a 'conference' of similar great Bible scholars one day, in a conference room of a Holiday Inn, and heroically, though with visible and weary self-aware modesty, take to the sound system and - with sorrow for the naive sort - decree this result of his burden of genius.


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