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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Note (3.) to HS - "Is the Holy Spirit a Person, God or an Impersonal Force From God?"

3. Fortunately, the English language still has its pronouns reflecting gender (as did the entire language at one time).

For example, we always have agreement in gender for persons just as the Biblical languages do:

"My brother parks his car in my garage. He wants me to call him if it won't start." Or, "The saleswoman gave her word that she used the product herself."

We don't say, "My brother parks its car in my garage. It wants me to call it if it won't start." Or, "The saleswoman gave its word that it used the product itself."

Persons reflect the gender of the pronouns which refer to them.

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