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Spelling Error Discovered In The Book Of Hezekiah

The Christadelphian community is in shock following the recent discovery of a spelling error in the Bible's Book of Hezekiah, chapter 2 verse 3.

"We were just doing the daily readings and suddenly there it was", said Harold Harolds, the brother who allegedly spotted the typo.

"Next minute there was total chaos. People were shouting, some were crying, and several family members tore that page clean out of their Bibles!", he said.

News of the discovery quickly spread throughout the Christadelphian community, and ABs from across the country have been scrambling to figure out what to do about it. There are rumours of a split, with some members claiming that the misspelled word has resulted in a heretical interpretation of the doctrine of God Manifestation. Others are calling it a sign from God, showing that the end is near.

All Christadelphians are urged to remain calm as ABs work on a new updated revision of the BASF, to be known as the BASFU.

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