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Aug 01, 2005


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will spotts

I'm with you so far.

The changes you mention, for example, combined with an inflationary currency force one to rethink the concept of interest. (For many centuries most people understood the Bible to forbid interest -- but the concept seems to have been more tied to loaning to help, and seems to have assumed a stable medium of exchange -- so that the loan did not lose value on its own.)


Michael Kruse


Hmmm...Is there a pun here?

will spotts

OK. That was bad . . . sorry.

Michael Kruse

No need to apologize! I am indebted to your humor. *grin*

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