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He and his wife, Sherry Kelly Crawford, had one daughter, Wanda, and two sons, William Jr. and Walter. His father was a farmer and his mother a housewife. Since you now (having completed STEP 1) anticipate having to make—and support—an educated guess, pick the question apart. Furthermore, the epistle to the Hebrews (8:4), makes it explicitly clear that the epistle writer did not believe in a historical Jesus: "If He [Jesus] had been on earth, He would not be a priest."

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Publisher: Open Hand Pub.; First Edition edition (May 1994)

ISBN: 0940880504

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