Eliot's slipshod notes were not the result of laziness but haste. He
was asked to provide them at the last minute before publication.
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On Mar 7, 2010, at 8:51 PM, "Rickard A. Parker"
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>> But if you believe he was being lazy in writing his notes (a number
>> them were wrong) then he could be alluding to another passage in
>> Ezekiel. The reference to 2:1 happens to be the first one in Ezekiel
>> in which the phrase occurs (as if he were just looking for one to put
>> Can these bones live?
> Darn! I usually wait until reading all the posts queued up in my inbox
> before writing but lately I've been having trouble going back and
> finding the original post so I went and posted what David already
> Anyway, not in this thread, but still being discussed is the
> origins of Unitarianism and I wanted to point out that Eliot's
> father, Henry Ware Eliot Sr., was named after the Unitarian Henry
> Rick Parker