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While raising questions of ambiguity and contradiction in the scriptures may not be proper in a Sunday School setting, it is the duty of all church members to sort them out on their own. As you suggest, "such problems should be confronted rather than evaded ...." Personally, I've found that most such questions vanish when one adopts the proper view of the restored gospel. (See my website for details.) That view is not the typical or popular view in the church. Thus, most members are left with ambiguity, dichotomy and contradition in their gospel study.

Hmm . . . another passing shot at the fundamentalist.

I am in a Bible study with ladies who span from their sixties to nineties. When we come to the ambiguity or alleged discrepancy in the text, we talk about it.

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