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KRUSE speculated that the writing on the ground..
was a means of refusing to debate on 'their' terms, and the persistent question led Jesus to respond
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CARSON highlights..
how the stunned department of the crowds demonstrates their own self conclusion
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CARSON concludes..
"the confidence and personal absoluteness of Jesus' words...call to mind that Jesus came not to condemn but to save and had the right to forgive sin"
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MARSH says..
"light testifies to itself though every other object requires light in order to bear witness to itself"
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BARRETT says Jesus' statement places himself
"in the same relation to the Torah as his Father"
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MARSH concludes
"light always illuminates and it is never illuminated"
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how the stunned department of the crowds demonstrates their own self conclusion

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CARSON highlights..

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"the confidence and personal absoluteness of Jesus' words...call to mind that Jesus came not to condemn but to save and had the right to forgive sin"

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"light testifies to itself though every other object requires light in order to bear witness to itself"

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"in the same relation to the Torah as his Father"

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