"John W. Redelfs" wrote:

> After much pondering, Dan R Allen favored us with:
> >The tumbling of the walls of Jericho can be seen the same way; it doesn't
> >particularly matter whether they fell as described, or the Israelites
> >pushed them down after conquering the city. The fact is that Jericho was
> >conquered by the Israelites as God promised them they could.
> We will just have to agree to disagree.  If the walls did not tumble, the
> scriptures have made a false report.

Or a false and/or limited understanding has occurred.

>  And if they are false in this
> instance, they may be false in many others, perhaps most others.  And there
> goes my confidence in the scriptures.  Even the Book of Mormon has a
> disclaimer indicating that some things in it might contain human error.
> It is a matter of credibility.  Who are you going to believe?

False dichotomy.

> John W. Redelfs                       [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Marc A. Schindler
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