The Bible vs. Wikipedia

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One Response to The Bible vs. Wikipedia

  1. Wikipedia offers footnotes, referencing statements made in the articles it offers. I have not yet seen any in the bible, yet.

    When it comes to my students’ writing, if I ask for references, they had better not tell me “if you want to know where my claims come from, look it up yourself”, they would be sent along their way with bookbag between their legs and a college education in question.

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