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Why Jesus Said, Do Not Call Any Man on Earth Your Father

His statement baffles many and offends those in leadership, but what did Jesus really mean

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The Bible passages in question are recorded in the gospel of Matthew, chapter 23. There we see Jesus speaking to the multitudes and to His disciples exposing the hypocrisy of the scribes and the Pharisees.

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