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I guess you have forgotten

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Submitted by B.K. Abdullah (United States), Apr 18, 2012 at 11:38

My first comment was John 14:19 and 26 and since then you have come up with the royal blood of Mary (no proof whatsoever), you wouldn't even deal with the royal bloodline of Joesph (the real father of Jesus) . And all of the other questions I have asked. You know Christians when ask questions of their Holy Book and they have no answers they like to make wise insulting statements about nothing like you with no facts of nothing.

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