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Home >> SDA Techniques For Rationalizing Anything >> "Pointing to the truth should not be mistaken for the truth itself"
Definition
Creating a false impression in order to lead others to the truth.
 
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- It's ok for Ellen White to be wrong about the actual number of moons on Jupiter if it suceeds in convincing Joseph Bates of her authenticity. If she had been given the number we know to be more correct today, Bates would never have accepted her and her messages as from God. http://www.sdanet.org/atissue/books/bradford/prophet-16.htm

 
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