I am a "master" at slanting a question or using language that will promote MY position and denigrate OTHERS. That is not good, even in a debate. Almost as bad as the "when did you stop beating your wife" question! But I'm seeing this as a trend in the Greek document debate. About the Eastern Catholic/Orthodox family of texts these are acceptable or good because they are "Apostolic", "Europe", "asia minor"-centered. "God sent Paul to that area". They are "copious", "agree with each other", accepted by the Church. About the Western Catholic/Orthodox family of texts these are "inferior", "egyptian", "vatican", "minority", "delete", "error-filled", "Catholic". Found in a "garbage can", "dusty discarded library shelf" . . Well, it goes on and on. And I'm as guilty using such slanted language . . or more so. And of course, that's because YOU are a "sect", "uneducated", "bibliolaters", following "Rcukman" or even worse, "Hyles". If you'd all just agree with me we could quit this slanted language . . until someone mentions arminian or evolution or liberals . . and the verbal volleys renew! MY RESOLVE is to post with more kindness and less sarcastic barbs. At least for Christmas.