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August 25, 2005

Putting Words in Jesus' Mouth

A friend of mine passed me a link I wanted to pass on to you. Some church somewhere found some films about Jesus and overdubbed the dialogue with some of the common misconceptions about how God relates to us. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll laugh . . . Link and instructions follow.


Go to

www.vintage21.com

and then it's tricky because the videos are pretty deep into the site

first "enter site"
then click on the video projector toward top left of screen
click on "videos"
go to page 2
"downloadable versions available here"

Posted by Dave Zimmerman at August 25, 2005 8:48 AM Bookmark and Share

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FYI - "vintage" link broken

Comment by: Damon at August 25, 2005 1:49 PM

Oops. Sorry about that. It's fixed now.

Dave

Comment by: dave at August 25, 2005 1:53 PM

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