Reading the Bible Like a Zacchaeus



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Whoa now.

That kind of thinking implies that the answers... sorry, the ANSWERS... aren't in there.

For a deciduous tree, it's roughly 80% open space in the area between the perimeter leaves.

Some of the branches in the tree can't even hold the weight of someone exploring within.

Seems like a sketchy proposition. Perhaps it's much easier, much safer to simply view the tree with our feet planted firmly on the ground, where the tree looks solid and we can assume that it's whole and complete.

JR more than 2 years ago

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