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    Talmud and Mishna - online?

    Anyone know where I can view the text of these Jewish sources in English? I am looking for a basic text file I can download - .txt or .doc
    attending Wick Baptist Church

    specialist subject: Creationist Genetics (Bottleneck effect of the Ark)
    interests: holiness (practical theology)
    member of Biblical Creation Society (available as a guest speaker in the far north of Scotland)

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    Sorry, I only recall (vaguely) HTML which you'd have to cut and paste and I don't remember where it is.

    Wait for Andrew to post - he'll know!
    Kevin, husband of a truly angelic woman, and father to twelve.
    Zion United Reformed Church of Sheffield
    Ontario, Canada

  3. You can get quite a few resources Jewish and Christian here.
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