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I went scrambling for my dictionary when the word marriage was redefined,

Reader comment on item: The 11th Encyclopædia Britannica on Who Lived in Palestine

Submitted by Lynn (United States), Sep 23, 2016 at 11:03

only to find out it had already happened. It is a grave power to take a people's words from them. That is probably why the written word is becoming virtual so that it can be altered at the whim of the thieves who came in the back door while we are watching the front. Modern man is just doing what the Greeks and Romans knew to do trying to cover up a light that always seems to find a chink and be revealed. I think the definition of old for me is seeing it happening over and over and hoping it will end soon because the endless cycle deserves to stop.


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