Parca


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Parca

ancient Greek goddess of childbirth. [Gk. Myth.: Kravitz, 59]
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Apoi paradoxal este si faptul ca in lume exista peste 19.000 de manuscrise ale Noului Testament, scrise in diferite limbi folosite de om, raspandite pe o zona intinsa din Europa, Asia, Africa, Orient, dar ele sunt asemanatoare in proportie de 99,5 % de parca Cineva Nevazut s-a ingrijit ca fiecare Cuvant scris acolo sa ajunga intact pana la noi.