The Angelus

The First Sunday in Lent, March 5, 2017, Solemn Mass, by the Rector

Dr. Mark Davis in his online scripture blog, “Left Behind and Loving it,”[1] suggests, for grammatical reasons, that instead of hearing the devil say, “If you are the Son of God, [then] command these stones . . . throw yourself down [from the building]; . . . fall down and worship me,”[2] we should only use the word “if” in the first two tests. Instead, we should use the word, “since.” Checking the dictionary, he’s not wrong.[3]
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