To: Greg Luzinski
It was like they [so-called "scholars"] were more or less saying I have no right to interpret the Gospels myself, because I don't have a bunch of letters after my name. But they are for children, these Gospels. They're for children, they're for old people, they're for everybody in between. They're not necessarily for academics. Just get an academic on board if you want to pervert something!
I ditto the AMEN. Mel and his cohorts may not have any letters following their name, but I don't remember Jesus nor any of his followers having them either. I guess his academic critics already know that. As I continue to work on my doctorate in Christian Education I find that our intellectual egos can sometimes hinder our faith and often veil us from real truth and knowledge of historical fact.
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