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Social Concepts of the Bible 9: Stitches in Time

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Social Psychology Concepts

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Social Concepts of the Bible, 8A: The Imitation Sensation, Part 1

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Social Concepts of the Bible 7: Personal Potpourri

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The Biblical world was a high-context society -- and this has special meaning when applied to criticisms of it, especially by fundy atheists who are members ...

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