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09/15/2009

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p duggan

I think he's unfair and misreads Kittel and Keil. He's also misquoting Kiel

"The idea that it embraces the irrational animals, even the locusts (Credner), is rejected with perfect justice by Hitzig as an inconceivable thought" is the quote, and Credner is actually proposing that the bugs get the spirit. Keil isn't saying "all flesh" never means animals; he's saying it surely doesn't include them in Joel.

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