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The Horner-Till Debate
On May 30th at [ref005]Seattle Pacific University,
Farrell Till and [ref006]Michael Horner
debated the resurrection of Jesus. Horner is an official in the
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Since SPU is a Methodist university, the crowd was understandably
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