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PHILOSOPHIC CONFUSION
Philosophers can be terribly confusing. What they call deep and profound we’re tempted to consider dull and vague. One honest soul put it rather well: “Philosophers are people who talk about things they don’t understand. . . but they make it sound like it’s your fault.” From Growing Deep in the Christian Life, by Charles Swindoll

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