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Bible knowledge

I want to thank Bruce Braden for his letter, “Contradictions in the Bible” (Jan. 29). He provided me a pick-me-up on a day I was feeling down.

I live in a high-rise and hear stupid opinions about the Bible from people who don't know the book, but this time I got one from a man with a master's degree in religion.

I'm a preacher's kid and I understand Paul, James, Matthew and Mark. If there is anything Mr. Braden doesn't understand, I invite him to the Allegheny Valley Church of God in New Kensington for clarification.

Remember I Corinthians says, “God has chosen the foolish things to put to shame the wise.”

Albert Hancock

New Kensington

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