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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheryl Morton View Post
    There is nothing wrong with that, and this is your poem. If you equate modern beliefs based on Biblical interpretation with a lack of intelligence, you should keep your wording. I think it's a more difficult position to defend though. It's easier to demonstrate circumstances of ignorance. It's easy to assess a person's level of knowledge, but how do you assess their capacity for knowledge?

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Bets View Post
    I enjoyed both, but I liked the Leviticus poem a little more, as well. And I agree about changing unintelligence to ignorance. Although, if I may, think "Interpreted by the ignorant" may be even a little better choice of words. Just a thought.

    Nice work!
    Good suggestion!

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    I really, really like your poem.
    “Put it before them briefly so they will read it, clearly so they will appreciate it, picturesquely so they will remember it and, above all, accurately so they will be guided by its light.”
    -Joseph Pulitzer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Margaret Compeau View Post
    I really, really like your poem.
    Thank you!

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