re: NT canon

This only came to me.  This happens when people use reply instead of
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From: ruffolofrank%stup%Carthage@cns.carthage.edu
Subject: re: NT canon
To: nt-greek-request@virginia.edu

Jesus Christ is God's Son.  When Jesus was on Earth, He was a perfect man.
Therefore, Jesus not only spoke Hebrew(Aramaic) but also Koine Greek.  Koine
Greek was what the common everyday people could understand.  Jesus could have
spoken in a manner way above the common people, but he did not.  Jesus
endeavored to impart the truth in a clear simplistic manner using a plethora
of illustrations.