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Zadok wrote:Zadok (Tzadok) was one of the High Priests at the time of King David and Solomon. (According to the Bible).

According to the Bible - the emergency exit ...

I like the "according to" pieces.
For example:
Live from Golgotha: The Gospel According to Gore Vidal
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Live_from_ ... Gore_Vidal
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St. Paul freely improvises his tales as he evangelizes. "'All things are contained within the single mind of One True God in His three aspects.' Saint Paul could dispense this sort of smooth ____ while taking apart and reassembling a Holy Rolodex machine," Timothy relates as he witnesses St. Paul in action. Paul speaks in "ye olde" when he quotes the voluminous Christ. Timothy remarks that when Saul of Tarsus meets the Christ ghost, he converts to a religion that Saul/Paul himself had not yet founded. People are consistently disappointed to learn that Christ weighed 400 lbs. and spoke with a lisp. "Why doth thou persecute-eth me-th?"
- Whenever a poet or preacher, chief or wizard spouts gibberish, the human race spends centuries deciphering the message. - Umberto Eco
- To assert that the earth revolves around the sun is as erroneous as to claim that Jesus was not born of a virgin. - Cardinal Bellarmine at the trial of Galilei

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