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Er context makes for a weaker argument not a stronger oneIn addition the various essayists especially in the latter part of the book which has all the form and structure of building towards a crushing conclusion make statements about scientific fact that are just bizarre For instance on page 188 John C Walton tells us thatthe principle features characteristic of living things are organization metabolism adaptation esponse to stimuli and particularly Tigers in Normandy reproduction Viruses which are intricate assemblages of proteins and DNA are clearly excluded by these criteria leaving single cell micro organisms lacking nuclei ie bacteria and archaea as the simplest forms of lifeThere you have it viruses are not life a statement no biologist would agree with but which is vital to the argument that life is too complex to have arisen by chemical meansAnd on page 192 we find the following interesting statementFor amino acids to form the early atmosphere must have been without oxygen but this seems improbable because oxygen is the most abundant element 47% in the earth s crust and is overwhelmingly abundant in teh hydrosphereWhat s wrong with this is that oxygen is highly chemicallyeactive and free O2 in the atmosphere is a product of life specifically the product of plant life taking in CO2 from the air and Presidential Secrecy and the Law releasing O2 as a biological by product No life yet no free oxygen in the atmosphere to prevent the formation of amino acids With simple and obvious mistakes like this it s hard to take theest of the science in these essays seriouslyIt s weakened further by the fact that all the essayists come back to asserting that evolutionary theory is wrong because Genesis says something different and we need to ead Genesis literally because well we just do It s briefly mentioned at page 118 that the Catholic Church has never favored Biblical literalism or egarded the Bible as the sole source of divine Hume on Religion revelation and that study of the natural world isegarded as another source of Master Plots: Race and the Founding of an American Literature, 1787-1845 revelation It s also noted elsewhere that the Fundamentals the documents on which modern Biblical literalism is based are documents ofecent composition not ancient Sacred ScriptureNor do I understand why our ancient immense complex and beautiful universe with a slow unfolding of life towards the Image and Likeness of God is less divine less inspiring less Awesome than creation ex nihilo in six days The Bible was City Schools: Lessons from New York revealed initially to pre literate farmers and herders people who needed Divine Truth but had in plain fact no use for a science textbook laying out in detail a process of Creation taking billions of years a textbook on genetics and paleontology and evolution We have large and complex brains for aeason we The Widow's Lawman re supposed to use them Rejecting our ability to study investigate and gradually increase our understanding of the beauty wonder and complexity of God s Creation is at best the ungratefulejection of a marvelous gift And on page 119 we find this breathtaking statementOf course the Catholic policy promotes considerable intellectual humility and interpretive generosity but at a high cost namely the loss of a unified sense of the truth that we might approximate through our own efforts as blessed by divine graceIn other words being comfortable that you have a unified sense of the truth based on your own personal The Story Within reading of the Bible is important thanemembering human fallibility limitations and susceptibility to error in understanding the Divine I am seriously not persuaded that we should be tossing out intellectual humility in favor of a unified sense of the truth that we create for ourselvesFor the most part this is an intelligent thoughtful well written book I don t agree with the arguments the easoning or the conclusions but if you want a well written defense of Young Earth Creationism and ejection of evolution this is an excellent place to startI God Gave Me a Mulligan: A Journalist's Life in War and Peace received a free electronic galley of this book from the publisher via NetGalley An ableesponse to some of the ideas formulated by theistic evolution specifically as a ebuttal to a book written by a one Denis Alexander Creation or Evolution Do We Have to Choose There isn t a ton of interaction with the Alexander book so it felt a little hatchety there Also there is no discussion of any Teritum uids out there such as progressive creationism Given that my field is in theology the last part of the book where they get all science y was mostly incomprehensible to me The first half was fruitful Good comprehensive collection of arguments as to why those who #embrace Christianity should eject the theory of evolution Written by both Christian #Christianity should The American Academic Profession: Transformation in Contemporary Higher Education reject the theory of evolution Written by both Christian non Christian experts this collection of essays approaches the discussion from the biblical philosophical and scientific perspective My only critiue is that while theefactor claims the work is accessible many chapters The Rise and Fall of the Biopsychosocial Model: Reconciling Art and Science in Psychiatry reuire uite a bit of background knowledge in genetics I often found myself looking up terms in order to follow the argument I enjoyed the book It was not an easyead The chapters on the science problems were technical I am not strong in science The writers and editors handled this subject carefully and thoroughly They examine the theological issues of Theistic Evolution and the scientific issues with Neo DarwinismThe book challenges the ability to bring together Biblical teaching of Creation Death Adam and soteriology with Neo Darwinian Evolution as God s tool of creating the universe It also addresses the oft heard statement I don t believe in Evolution I looked at the facts and accept it It is not the facts that drive a person to accept Evolution it is the interpretation of those facts Interpretations of facts are always based on a belief or a system of belie. G Christians should embrace or esist? Micah Redding founder of SHOULD CHRISTIANS EMBRACE THE JEWS? SHOULD CHRISTIANS EMBRACE THE JEWS? By William SHOULD CHRISTIANS EMBRACE THE JEWS? SHOULD CHRISTIANS EMBRACE THE JEWS? By William Recently there was much media chatter concerning the current head of the Romish “church” Herr Ratzinger I ought not use any of the usual self proclaimed titles cf Matt and his visit to the United States One of the highlights of his trip according to the media was his stop at a New York City synagogue and his embrace of Why Christians Should Embrace Refugees and Not Why Christians Should Embrace Refugees and Not Politicians Christians should push for a generous "Refugeeasylum Policy To Help Respond "policy to help espond attacks on Mideast Christians Podcast Can Christians Embrace God and In this episode Brad Sickler discusses how Christians should think about ecent developments in our understanding of the brain and cognitive science He explains why all science entails philosophical assumptions stemming from a person's worldview highlights how science and the Bible both speak to the physical and spiritual dimensions of what it means to be human and answers the Should Christians embrace evolution? YouTube Read the new book Darwin's Secret Sex Problem Exposing Evolution's Fatal Flaw The Origin of Sex by F LaGard Smith Does the Bible Support should Christians embrace Does the Bible Support should Christians embrace Ethnorelativism? I think it’s worth asking the uestion of whether the Bible supports Ethnorelativism because people of faith tend to be skeptical about “secular” models and about the concept of “relativism” This time I would like to eflect from a different angle asking whether New Testament teaching supports Bennett’s Six A Kangaroo's Life reasons why the Bible is not against gays Menu Six biblicaleasons why Christians should embrace same sex elationships Positive books about homosexuality Notes from the webmaster Please ead In this section the acronym LGB efers to the lesbian gay and bisexual community as defined by their sexual orientation; that is the sex to whom they are attracted There is another section of this web site that discusses the US Supreme Reasons Christians Should Welcome Muslim Reasons Christians Should Welcome Muslim Refugees by Craig Greenfield September Shares we should not be too uick to overlook the significance Jesus was in solidarity with those fleeing persecution The Inaction of Others is No Excuse There are also certain countries such as the oil ich Arab states that have failed to welcome many efugees They must be called. Us to understanding of our elationship with God could not validly be interpreted in ways that contradicted proven scientific fact Several essays in this book make the point that scientific truth can change sometimes apidly An example not offered by the essayists is the previous scientific case for gradualism vs catastrophism that all geological change takes place slowly Murder in Gutenthal rather than as theesult of sudden dramatic events This assumption changed and was abandoned in the face of mounting evidence that sometimes catastrophic sudden change does happen Floods earthuakes volcanic eruptions and meteor strikes can have dramatic effects and even some of the slow processes involve things the gradualists had difficult imagining such as the movement of continents Thus one scientific truth was One of Our Thursdays Is Missing replaced by anotherIt s a fair point However it overlooks the fact that every way in which we look at the age of the Earth the geology of Earth itself decayates of On the Field of Glory: an Historical Novel of the Time of King John Sobieski radioactive elements what astrophysics tells us about the size and age of the universe etc gives us a planet over four billion years old a sun about five billion years old and a universe significantly older than that In the face of that it s not enough to point to genealogies in the Bible and say that Earth is obviously only about six thousand years old Argue that Genesis 1 3 is literal and not a simplified version intended to help pre literate pastoralists and farmers understand theirelationship to the world and God and you Lassie Come-Home re stuck with explaining away God putting all this evidence of great age all around usLikewise there is ample evidence of evolution from multiple lines ofesearch archeology paleontology and genetics among them The argument is offered that the genetic evidence of evolution is based in fossil DNA the junk DNA that appears to serve no function but that in fact we are gradually finding that this junk DNA isn t inactive and meaningless is not merely fossil DNA In The People from the Sea reality though the strongest genetic evidence of evolution is mitochondrial DNA passed on from mother to offspring which has never been considered fossil DNA To a lesser extent Y chromosome DNA passed from father to male offspring plays a significantole and is also anything but junk or fossil DNAThis leads us to the argument that if Adam and Eve were two Neolithic farmers who were blessed with the friendship of God then we can t all be descended from them and the inheritance of Adam s Fall becomes highly problematic that in such a case Adam is not the Head of the human family we are not his children and visiting the curse of the Fall upon us all is arbitrary But this is confused and backwardsIf Adam and Eve were created ex nihilo and were the sole ancestors of the entire human ace then we must immediately ask who Cain as well as his siblings married Lower animals could happily mate with their siblings with no awareness of guilt but it s a eal problem if you have just one human family with fully developed moral sense Despite epeated insistence on the importance of Adam as the direct ancestor of all subseuent humanity the problem of who his children married is never mentioned by the essayistsEvolution on the other hand does offer both mates for the offspring of Adam and Eve and a clear path for all living humans to be descendants of Adam In fact the genetic evidence that the essayists dismiss so easily tells us that we are all descended from a genetic Adam as well as a genetic Eve How does this work when evolution also says there was never just one man or just one woman Because their descendants were successful More of their offspring survived and of their offspring survived and intermarried with other lines and without any necessity for incest over millennia all human beings are descended from these two early humansThe Fall is also present in this understanding Animals even our closest elatives the bonobos and common chimps and our closest companions dogs do not have a moral sense They feel emotions they understand #social ules they are complex and intelligent creatures but they don t #rules they are complex and intelligent creatures but they don t a sense of morality of Right and Wrong Humans do Chimps kill other chimps dogs sometimes kill other dogs but the first human being who possessed the ability to grasp that some things are not just inconvenient or inappropriate for social or pragmatic easons but wrong was the first human being able to commit theft or infidelity or murder in the sense that we understand these words And as the first species to understand mortality that we will die we are also the only species for whom death is a part of our livesAt some point humans genetically just a third species of chimpanzee made the breakthrough or was gifted with or was tempted into the knowledge of Good and Evil and chose to commit evil There is the Fall ight there the thing that makes us unable to make of Earth the Paradise it could be the thing for which we need Redemption I do not understand why this is less tragic less hopeful or less illuminated by the Grace of God than eading Genesis 1 3 literallyWhere this book is weakest is in the essays in the latter part of the book which attempt to grapple most directly with the science of evolution Unfortunately only one evolutionary scientist Denis Alexander of the Faraday Institute at Cambridge University is uoted than once or twice or in than isolated single sentences shorn of all context Alexander is himself an evangelical Christian and is perhaps therefore a greater threat for Young Earth Creationists than Catholic Jewish or mainstream Protestant scientists Unfortunately uoting and arguing with only one party amongst the many who disagree combined with the ability mainstream Protestant scientists Unfortunately uoting and arguing with only one party amongst the many who disagree combined with the ability choose what you uote and to Ninth City Burning (War of the Realms, represent its larg. Xplains why all science entails philosophical assumptions stemming from a person's worldview highlights how science and the Bible both speak to the physical and spiritual dimensions of what it means to be human and answers the Does the Bible Support should Christians embrace Does the Bible Support should Christians embrace Ethnorelativism? I think it’s worth asking the uestion of whether the Bible supports Ethnorelativism because people of faith tend to be skeptical about “secular” models and about the concept of “relativism” This time I would like toeflect from a different angle asking whether New Testament teaching supports Bennett’s It is important for Christians to embrace their You should Der Ritter und die Bastardtochter read the scripture where it talks about what happens to mere mortals when they take away or add to God’s Holy Word It is not a pretty picture believe me You look for people with severe mental issues then you attempt to make them believe all the wrong evil and perverted desire they are feeling are not only perfectly normal but in fact ordained by God Himself These are the Sixeasons why the Bible is not against gays Menu Six biblical Chinaberries and Crows reasons why Christians should embrace same sexelationships Positive books about homosexuality Notes from the webmaster Please ead In this section the acronym LGB efers to the lesbian gay and bisexual community as defined by their sexual orientation; that is the sex to whom they are attracted There is another section of this web site that discusses the US Supreme fr Should Christians Embrace Evolution Biblical Not Retrouvez Should Christians Embrace Evolution Biblical Scientific Responses by Norman C Nevin et des millions de livres en stock sur fr Achetez neuf ou d'occasion Should Christians Embrace Evolution? Should Christians Embrace Evolution? is intended to be an argument against theistic evolution in general and a Blessed Are the Wicked rebuttal to Denis Alexander's Creation or Evolution Do we have to choose? in particular Accordingly I stronglyecommend eading Alexander's book before this one Unfortunately this book is cobbled together from a collection of articles that in the main address apologetics Should Christians embrace Transhumanism? Micah Should Christians embrace Transhumanism? Micah Redding vs Nigel Cameron Transhumanism is ‘the theory that the human ace can evolve beyond its current physical and mental limitations especially by means of science and technology’ So will obotics and AI technology eliminate the need for a human body? And is that somethin. This book is a eally two brief books in one comprised of essays from various authors The first half deals with biblical arguments against evolution and therefore theistic evolution The second half deals with scientific issues in elation to evolution The concluding chapter and summary of book answers the uestion of the title this way Our answer is a esounding no absolutely not Theistic evolutionists have failed to demonstrate a theology consistent with the supremacy of Scripture 210Reasons to Reform, Red Scare, and Ruin read this book 1 Helpful introduction into the theologicaleasons to Grauwacht reject a Christianized evolution 2 Helpful and up to date discussions over current scientific challenges to the theory of evolution Don t turn to this book first if1 You want a book that will explicitly argue for a young earth 6 day literal creation view The focus is against theistic evolution Most of the authors are interacting against Denis Alexander as aepresentative of that position 2 You don t want to wade through scientific details that are challenging for someone without a science background It was good for me to ead through it but I did feel that it was not written to be very accessible to those who don t have an up to date science background or interest One major concern I had when eading through the book was chapter 8 by Steve Fuller who seemed less than evangelical at times He seemed to fall into the category of those who argue for intelligent design with no Lies, Damned Lies, and History real moorings in a high view of Scripture My concerns where explicitly justified when Iead this in the concluding chapter Steve Fuller has no commitment to the Bible motivated by personal faith 219 This knowledge would have been helpful to me as I The New World read the chapter initially If you areeading several books on the topic of creation vs evolution this is a good book to You Wouldn't Want to Be an Inca Mummy!: A One-way Journey You'd Rather Not Make read among others There are two situations that I would notecommend eading this book First if you are just starting to get into this topic Second if you plan to only ead one book on the topic at this point The theology portions were decent in this work they had some eal good pushback against theistic evolution although they only eally esponded to Denis Alexander Some of it came off as fighting a culture war The science portions were way too sciency for me to follow While some of the scientific articles can be complex and technical despite the obviousness that they tried to dumb it down to a lay level there are still some helpful scientific chapters in here The theological chapters are for the most part well done Overall this is a helpful book but I m not sure if it would help the average lay church person I think it would have to be further distilled by the pastorelder to help the congregation better understand it Apparently this book was written with a specific book in mind by a Bri This was a very good book that challenged theistic evolution based on theology and science The authors were predominantly writing from a young earth perspective but unlike typical books by young earth advocates this one was objective ather than Auschwitz: True Tales from a Grotesque Land rhetorical and insulting As aesult even though I would disagree with many of the authors I Einführung in die germanistische Linguistik really liked the book They asked theight uestions and many of these are also challenges to my old earth perspective on creation If Christians who disagreed on how God created were willing to have a low emotion discussion this book would be a great place to start From an old earth perspective the main challenge is on physical death before sin or was death a クロネコ彼氏の甘え方 [Kuroneko Kareshi no Amaekata] result of sin This is certainly a potential theological weakness of my viewpoint where I need to have an good answer There were additional challenges for evolution for which I would agree with the authors perspective This is finally a book that I canecommend which supports a young earth perspective The main weakness of the book was that it provided no answers to the weaknesses of the young earth view but ather only challenged evolution But given This Was The Point Of The Book was the point of the book is difficult to be too disappointed with that lack I m sure this book would be of interest for those who pay attention to the intersection of Christianity and science but for the average eader this is both too technical and too specific in Slavík responding to one view of evolution The middlingating could be that I had higher expectations for this book I expected an entry level look into Biblical and scientific Clouds From Both Sides reasons to cast a skeptical look at the theory of evolution However the book was primarily aesponse to Denis Alexander s book on theistic evolution Most of the authors did not interact specifically with the theory of evolution but with the model of theistic evolution that Alexander brought forth The theology section was in my opinion better than the scientific because it was much The Economy As An Evolving Complex System II reader friendly It fleshed out many of the implications that theistic evolution brings and how the two cannot be complementary In so many cases it has to be one or the other The scientific section was Very scientific with very little layman s explanation It wasefreshing however to hear Korsika Und Die (Fast) Ungewollte Dezimierung Seiner Bevolkerung respected scientists speak out against evolution I had hoped and expected this book to be a serious discussion of theelationship between science and eligion and how when approached seriously and openly each can inform and enlighten the other Instead this collection of essays is an apologia for Young Earth Creationism and Intelligent Design with the Instead this collection of essays is an apologia for Young Earth Creationism and Intelligent Design with the of believing Christians who are engaged with science nowhere permitted to speak for themselvesRaised as a Catholic in the 1960s I was taught from diocesan approved textbooks that said the physical world is what God did and that the Bible whose purpose is to lead. Should Christians Embrace Evolution? Should Christians Embrace Evolution? is intended to be an argument against theistic evolution in general and a ebuttal to Denis Alexander's Creation or Evolution Do we have to choose? in particular Accordingly I strongly Rood, of waarom pesten niet grappig is recommendeading Alexander's book before this one Unfortunately this book is cobbled together from a collection of articles that in the main address apologetics Should Christians Embrace Darwin? An Evening About four hundred people turned out to hear Karl and Steve address the uestion Should Christians Embrace Darwin? Karl won the coin toss and went first I uickly ealized that he was making much the same presentation he did in a event with Discovery Institute’s John West at Biola University Where was the new evidence? Where were the cutting edge studies supportive of his view? Not Should Christians Embrace Halloween? prayer coach Should Christians embrace Halloween or completely turn away from it? While I personally don’t think there is a definitive answer for every person I do think there are some principles that will help lead our decisions God Has Not Given Us a Spirit of Fear We "can apply this to not wanting to scare others but the main thing I want to "apply this to not wanting to scare others but the main thing I want to out with Timothy is how we approach Should Christians embrace Transhumanism? Micah Should Christians embrace Transhumanism? Micah Redding vs Nigel Cameron Transhumanism is ‘the theory that the human ace can evolve beyond its current physical and mental limitations especially by means of science and technology’ So will Colonial South Carolina: A History robotics and AI technology eliminate the need for a human body? And is that something Christians should embrace oresist? Micah Redding founder of SHOULD CHRISTIANS EMBRACE THE JEWS? SHOULD CHRISTIANS EMBRACE THE JEWS? By William Finck Recently there was much media chatter concerning the current head of the Romish “church” Herr Ratzinger I ought not use any of the usual self proclaimed titles cf Matt and his visit to the United States One of the highlights of his trip according to the media was his stop at a New York City synagogue and his embrace of Why Christians Should Embrace Refugees and Not Why Christians Should Embrace Refugees and Not Politicians Christians should push for a generous Freitags in der faulen Kobra refugeeasylum policy to helpespond to attacks on Mideast Christians Podcast Can Christians Embrace God and In this episode Brad Sickler discusses how Christians should think about ecent developments in our understanding of the brain and cognitive science He ,


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    Summary Should Christians Embrace Evolution E–book/E–pub [Should Christians Embrace Evolution] ↠ Norman C. Nevin Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Norman C. Nevin I had hoped and expected this book to be a serious discussion of the relationship between science and religion and how when approached seriously and openly each can inform and enlighten the other Instead this collection of essays i

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    Summary Should Christians Embrace Evolution E–book/E–pub [Should Christians Embrace Evolution] ↠ Norman C. Nevin Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Norman C. Nevin This was a very good book that challenged theistic evolution based on theology and science The authors were predominantly writing from a young earth perspective but unlike typical books by young earth advocates this one was objective rather than rhetorical and insulting As a result even though I would disagree with many of the authors I really liked the book They asked the right uestions and many of these are also challenges to

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    Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Norman C. Nevin E–book/E–pub [Should Christians Embrace Evolution] ↠ Norman C. Nevin Norman C. Nevin É 2 Characters This book is a really two brief books in one comprised of essays from various authors The first half deals with

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    E–book/E–pub [Should Christians Embrace Evolution] ↠ Norman C. Nevin An able response to some of the ideas formulated by theistic evolution specifically as a rebuttal to a book written by a one Denis Alexander “Creation or Evolution Do We Have to Choose?” There isn’t a ton of interaction with the Alexander book so it felt a little hatchety there Also there is no discussion of any Teritum uids out there such as progressive creationism Given that my field is in theology the last part

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    Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Norman C. Nevin E–book/E–pub [Should Christians Embrace Evolution] ↠ Norman C. Nevin Norman C. Nevin É 2 Characters I'm sure this book would be of interest for those who pay attention to the intersection of Christianity and science but for the average reader

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    E–book/E–pub [Should Christians Embrace Evolution] ↠ Norman C. Nevin Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Norman C. Nevin Norman C. Nevin É 2 Characters The theology portions were decent in this work they had some real good pushback against theistic evolution although they only really responded to Denis Alexander Some of it came off as fighting a culture war The science portions were way too sciency for me to follow

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    E–book/E–pub [Should Christians Embrace Evolution] ↠ Norman C. Nevin Summary Should Christians Embrace Evolution Good comprehensive collection of arguments as to why those who embrace Christianity should reject the theory of evolution Written by both Christian and non Christian experts this collection of essays approaches the discussion from the

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    Norman C. Nevin É 2 Characters E–book/E–pub [Should Christians Embrace Evolution] ↠ Norman C. Nevin The middling rating could be that I had higher expectations for this book I expected an entry level look into Biblical and scientific reasons to cast a skeptical look at the theory of evolution However the book was primarily a response to Denis Alexander's book on theistic evolution Most of the authors did not interact specificall

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    Summary Should Christians Embrace Evolution E–book/E–pub [Should Christians Embrace Evolution] ↠ Norman C. Nevin While some of the scientific articles can be complex and technical despite the obviousness that they tried to dumb it down to a lay level there are still some helpful scientific chapters in here The theological chapters are for the most part well done Overall this is a helpful book but I'm not sure if it would help the average lay church p

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    Norman C. Nevin É 2 Characters Read ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Norman C. Nevin Summary Should Christians Embrace Evolution I enjoyed the book It was not an easy read The chapters on the science problems were technical I am not strong in science The writers and editors handled this subject carefully and thoroughly They examine the theological issues of Theistic Evolution and the scientific issues with Neo DarwinismThe book challenges the ability to bring together Biblical teaching of Creation Death Adam and soteriology with Neo Darw

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