You will make comments upon semantics that you can't verify, and then play it off as if you can answer it.
a. BT asked the question, not me. Strike one.
b. "in his own words" is really a discredit to BT, yes - because we all know Jesus didn't write anything down himself, so "his words" are actually not his words.
+ Meaning, if you aren't paying attention - there are no words by Jesus in his own words.
You promote these semantics, but can't accept the semantics that shuts down your religion, huh?
Is this your response? I'll take it as you being ignorant of the topic and avoidance of answering.<quoted text>
Saying - "I don't know" wouldn't have shown your honesty, but you chose not to.
You sound like the typical Catholic - always double talking, and then running away after you have been found out for being dishonest.