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Apr 17·edited Apr 17Liked by Domenic C. Scarcella

"In doing so, he subjects himself to the some of the same disapproving social reactions that Mary endures, due to a pregnancy during betrothal (when the man and woman weren’t yet supposed to be sharing a home).”

I think the first “the” can be deleted.

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Apr 17Liked by Domenic C. Scarcella

Really great post

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Correct. I will correct :-D

Thanks, and I'm glad you enjoyed today's article!

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Apr 17Liked by Domenic C. Scarcella

I did. I don't really think about Joseph that much and I do enjoy that whole point about how his obedience to God meant breaking some Torah.

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Apr 18Liked by Domenic C. Scarcella

I love the way you are able to take the principles of the good neighbor, bad citizen mantra and apply them simply and succinctly to the content of the Bible. What a wonderful mission God has given you!

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That's very kind of you, Lexi. I learned the principles of good neighbor and bad citizen from the Gospel, so it's only fair that I bring what I've learned back to the Gospel :-)

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