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I was reading this article and was confused on some statements. Please help me to understand why the writer is upset with Dr. John MacArthur.

Is every believer assured a home in Heaven if he accepts Christ as his saviour. According to Dr John MacArthur, one's salvation is DEPENDENT upon the life he or she lives.

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Shanthi,

I was going to read the article, buy my internet security program red flagged the link you have provided as a site will possible threats to a computer that opens the page. Therefore I am removing the link to be on the safe side and to protect those who do not have a good internet security program in case the site does have malicious content attached (intentionally or unintentionally).

 

Lord Bless,

LT

Hi LT, 

Thank you for the notification.  I shall try to copy the article and paste it for easy reading.

 

Ashanthi,

 Yes - every believer is assure a home in heaven while we are in heaven. Remember that God will make a new heaven and a new earth. Earth will be our home again, after a brief stay in heaven. I don't know if we will be able to travel back and forth, but the new Jerusalem will be in walking distance haha.

If the article was referring to the well known bible expositor John MacArthur, who pastors Grace Community Church in California, I would have to say that the writer of that article has misunderstood MacArthur’s word. I have attended Grace Community Church in the past and I am very familiar with John's work. I often parrot his work. :)

 

MacArthur is a sound bible expositor, but without the article it's impossible to know if we are talking about the same John. The John I am speaking of teaches that salvation is by Grace and Grace alone. :)

The Confusing World of Dr. John MacArthur

By David J. Stewart

"Be not carried about with divers and strange doctrines. For it is a good thing that the heart be established with grace; not with meats, which have not profited them that have been occupied therein." —Hebrews 13:9

       Pastor John F. MacArthur is a dangerous man doctrinally, and a false prophet.  Some people will argue that Christians ought to be working together instead of against each other; however, that mentality is exactly how the Devil succeeds at removing the old landmarks.  Things are not always as they seem.  Much sinful compromise is justified under the falsehood of unity.  Romans 16:17 states, "Now I beseech you, brethren, mark them which cause divisions and offences contrary to the doctrine which ye have learned; and avoid them."  MacArthur's teachings are certainly offensive to the gift of eternal life and the simplicity of God's salvation.

The problem is that Satan is relentlessly working within the church to destroy it.  Don't believe it?  Consider Revelation 2:13 concerning the church of Pergamos, "I know thy works, and where thou dwellest, even where Satan's seat is..."  We are warned in 2nd Corinthians 11:13-15 that Satan transforms himself into an angel of light, and his false ministers transform themselves into ministers of righteousness.  Satan is a liar and a deceiver, and so are his followers (John 8:44).  Satan is not trying to corrupt the local tavern, it's already corrupt; he's trying to corrupt the local New Testament Church.  Thus, Satan has infiltrated the modern church with numerous false doctrines, which are ultimately aimed at corrupting the simplicity of the Gospel (i.e., God's simple plan of salvation which is by grace through faith alone in Jesus). 
 

The Deadly Doctrines of John MacArthur

Contradiction #1 on Eternal Security

In John MacArthur's sermons and books, he woefully contradicts himself at times concerning certain fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith.  One such area is that of Eternal Security.  In his book, Faith Works: The Gospel According to the Apostles, MacArthur states:

"No advocate of lordship salvation I am aware of teaches 'that every Christian will live a basically successful life until the end'" (pg. 179).

MacArthur need look no further than his own mirror to find major contradictions in his teachings.  In Faith Works, he states:

Any doctrine of eternal security that leaves out perseverance distorts the doctrine of salvation itself. Heaven without holiness ignores the whole purpose for which God chose and redeemed us. (pg. 182)

Peter is saying categorically that the essence of what it means to be a Christian is to love Jesus Christ. In fact, there may be no better way to describe the essential expression of the new nature than to say it is continual love for Christ. (pg. 185)

        See also pp. 109-121, 123-38, 139-55, 157-73, 175-92.

John MacArthur clearly teaches that every believer is NOT assured a home in Heaven.  According to MacArthur, one's salvation is DEPENDENT upon the life he or she lives.  This is the damnable heresy of Lordship Salvation!  Mr. MacArthur is of the Devil.  From examining the two preceding statements made by John MacArthur, it can only be concluded that although MacArthur obviously doesn't think a believer can live a sinless life; a believer must nevertheless persevere in faith 'til the end of life to be saved.  The big question, then is, how much does a believer have to "persevere" to make it to Heaven?  Is this not the same heresy which Islam teaches?  Yes, it most certainly is!  Muslims believe that Allah is capricious, i.e., he is unpredictable.  In Islam, a Muslim's salvation is dependent upon the life he lives—you basically do your best and hope you make it. 

In Christianity, a believer's salvation is rooted in the love and mercy of an awesome God, who offers salvation as a free gift paid for by Jesus' precious blood (1st Peter 1:18,19); BUT in Islam, a Muslim's salvation is rooted in self-righteousness to appease Allah's wrath.  John MacArthur has perverted the simplicity of the Gospel, by requiring a holy life as a final step to complete salvation.  MacArthur has effectively turned salvation into a lifelong process.  How is this not works salvation?  There is no simpler picture of salvation than a gift.  Romans 5:15 even calls salvation a "free gift."  If I offered you a gift; but then required you to do something for years to come to obtain it, would that truly be a gift?  No way!  As simple as this truth is, tens-of-millions of people all across the world have been deceived by Satan into thinking that one's eternal salvation is CONDITIONED upon the life that they live.  Shame on you Mr. MacArthur!  And shame on you foolish preachers who unquestioningly support him.  I realize that John MacArthur has produced some excellent study materials on various issues, such as the evils of alcohol, et cetera; however, the Jehovah's Witness cult also produces some of the best literature exposing the sinful world that I've ever read.  This does not justify their hellish religion!  And neither does John MacArthur's good teachings qualify his damnable heresies.  There is no matter any more critical than the issue of salvation.

Again, John MacArthur deceitfully claims that he believes in the Eternal Security of a believer; while simultaneously teaching that only those who continue living holy lives will go to heaven.  Mr. MacArthur states...

Eternal security is a great spiritual truth, but it should never be presented merely as a matter of being once saved, always savedwith no regard for what you believe or do.  The writer of Hebrews 12:14 states frankly that only those who continue living holy lives will enter the Lord's presence[emphasis added]

SOURCE: Kingdom Living Here and Now (pg. 150).

Mr. MacArthur horribly perverts Hebrews 12:14, by alleging that the Author of Hebrews was teaching that a believer must continue in holy living in order to go to Heaven.  LIES!  The Word of God is adamantly clear in Romans 4:5... "But to him that WORKETH NOT, but believeth on him that justifieth the ungodly,his faith is counted for righteousness."  What are you talking about Mr. MacArthur? 

Hebrews 12:14 is speaking about our influence upon other people.  If we don't pursue peace with others, and live holy lives, then lost sinners WON'T see the Lord in us.  You are the only Jesus someone knows.  That person may go to Hell if they don't see the Lord in you.  As believers, we are supposed to be the light of the world (Matthew 5:14).  Jesus said in Matthew 5:13... "Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted?..."  Do you know what salt does to people?  It makes them THIRSTY!  Christians are supposed to be the salt of this sinful world, that cause lost sinners to thirst for God.  Have you lost your saltiness, i.e., savor?  This is what Hebrews 12:14 means.

In sharp contrast, John MacArthur corrupts Hebrews 12:14, claiming that a person cannot see God unless they continue in holy living.  Mr. MacArthur perverts this Scripture to mean that one's salvation is dependent upon holy living.  Clearly, John MacArthur is a false prophet, who doesn't understand the Word of God.  He is an unsaved heretic, a Modernist who pretends to be a Christian.  See also, John MacArthur's heresy on the blood of Jesus

Dr. MacArthur confuses repentance with the fruits of repentance, and confuses faith with that which faith ought to produce.  He confuses saving faith (which takes place in a moment of time—Genesis 15:6; Ephesians 1:13) with discipleship (which is a lifelong process). 

As Miles Stanford has correctly said:

"Lordship salvation is not the childlike faith of John 3:16. It rightly insists upon repentance but wrongly includes a change of behavior IN ORDER TO BE SAVED. No one questions that there must be a sincere change of mind, a turning from oneself to the Saviour, but Lordship advocates attempt to make behavior and fruit essential ingredients of, rather than evidence of, saving faith"

SOURCE: (Miles Stanford, in his review of The Gospel According to Jesus).

Tragically, churches all across America have been duped by this wolf in sheep's clothing.  Examples of MacArthur contradicting himself could be multiplied.  It seems that deep within he recognizes that what he is saying is Biblically and practically flawed and so he knowingly or unknowingly contradicts himself.
 

Contradiction #2 on Salvation

Romans 4:5 is so plain and simple that it is incontrovertible (i.e., it cannot be denied)... "But to him that worketh not, but believeth on him that justifieth the ungodly, his faith is counted for righteousness."  It almost appears as if a ghostwriter (i.e., another author) wrote the commentary for Romans 4:5 in MacArthur's Revised and Updated "Study Bible," because it is accurate for a change:

"If salvation were on the basis of one's own effort, God would owe salvation as a debt—but salvation is always a sovereignly given gift of God's grace (3:24; Eph, 2:8,9) to those who believe."

SOURCE: The Revised and Updated edition of The MacArthur Study Bible, Thomas Nelson publishers, page 1699

The preceding commentary is 100% accurate.  It certainly appears that Mr. MacArthur doesn't believe in Lordship Salvation, right?  Wrong!  Take a look at what he says on page 93 of his book, Hard To Believe:

"Salvation isn't the result of an intellectual exercise. It comes from a life lived in obedience and service to Christ as revealed in the Scripture; it's the fruit of actions, not intentions. There's no room for passive spectators: words without actions are empty and futile...The life we live, not the words we speak, determines our eternal destiny" (Hard to Believe, p. 93). [emphasis added]

Lies! Look what MacArthur says on page 1973 in his Revised and Updated "Study Bible" concerning 1st John 5:13, the phrase, "that you may know that you have eternal life":

"The false brethren's departure left John's congregations shaken (2:19).  He assured those who remained that since they adhered to the fundamentals of the faith (a proper view of Christ, obedience, love), their salvation was sure. 

SOURCE: The Revised and Updated edition of The MacArthur Study Bible, Thomas Nelson publishers, page 1973

Here MacArthur gives the impression through his comments that a believer's salvation is dependent upon the life he lives.  Again on page 1439 of MacArthur'sRevised and Updated "Study Bible," concerning Matthew 24:13, the phrase "endures to the end... be saved," he states:

"To say that God secures our perseverance is not to say that we are passive in the process..."

SOURCE: The Revised and Updated edition of The MacArthur Study Bible, Thomas Nelson publishers, page 1439

Scripturally, a believer has absolutely nothing to do with keeping one's salvation.  The term "perseverance" is a bad term when speaking of salvation, because a believer DOESN'T have to persevere in the faith to remain saved.  A person who has no faith in the Lord today, but claims to have once been a Christian, is a liar.  The second birth (i.e., being born again) is as irreversible as the first birth.  Many people adopt the philosophy of Christianity, but never actually repent, turning in belief to the Savior for forgiveness of sins.  The "Perseverance of the faithful" is a false doctrine, popularized by the heretic John Calvin (i.e., Calvinism). 

Which is it Mr. MacArthur?  Your commentary on Romans 4:5 is diametrically opposed to your comments elsewhere concerning salvation.  It certainly appears that MacArthur is trying to appease both sides of the theological spectrum.

There is a fine line between the turning from sin that genuine repentance brings; verses the turning from sin that false prophets require for people to get saved.
 

Contradiction #3 on the Blood of Jesus

In John MacArthur's sermons and books, he woefully contradicts himself at times concerning certain fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith.  Another such area is that of the Blood of Jesus.  I've had several web visitors write to me, and tell me to look at the following web link, featuring a letter written by John MacArthur to his constituents in 1988, where he attempts to defend his heresy on the blood...

http://www.spurgeon.org/~phil/articles/blood.htm

Ironically, the very letter that John MacArthur uses to justify his heresy on the blood, condemns him!  Here are the very words of John MacArthur, from the above article (close to the bottom of his own letter):

"It is not the actual liquid that cleanses us from our sins, but the work of redemption Christ accomplished in pouring it out." -Dr. John MacArthur

What blasphemy!!!  John MacArthur accuses Bob Jones university of starting a smear campaign against him; however, MacArthur's own words stand in testimony against him.  This has nothing to do with Bob Jones, or anyone else.  This has to do with the heresy which John MacArthur, himself, teaches concerning the precious blood of Jesus Christ.  The Word of God clearly states in 1st Peter 1:18-19 that it is the blood of Jesus Christ which saves us (see also 1st John 1:7; Colossians 1:14 and Hebrews 9:12 in the King James Bible).

The Lord told Moses in Exodus 12:13 that he was going to look for the lamb's BLOOD when He came through Egypt (i.e., the Passover)...

"...and when I see the blood, I will pass over you, and the plague shall not be upon you to destroy you, when I smite the land of Egypt." —Exodus 12:13

The sacrificed lamb WASN'T sufficient enough!  God wasn't looking for the dead lamb; He was looking for THE BLOOD!  John MacArthur states in a letter written to his constituents in 1988, "I Believe in the Precious Blood"; BUT then totally contradicts himself by stating that the PHYSICAL blood of Jesus has no significance.  Blasphemy!  Hebrews 9:12 calls Mr. MacArthur a dirty, rotten, big liar...

"Neither by the blood of goats and calves, but BY HIS OWN BLOOD he entered in once into the holy place, having obtained eternal redemption for us." —Hebrews 9:12

In December 1989, the Bible Broadcasting Network terminated Dr. MacArthur's "Grace to You" program. In explaining that step, BBN president Lowell Davey referred to MacArthur's teachings on "Lordship Salvation," "Hyper-Calvinism," and the blood of Christ.  He called these teachings "confusing."  In a letter dated January 15, 1990 Davey cited a "drift by Dr. MacArthur to a theological position that we could not adhere to" and said his series on election "convinced us that the direction of 'Grace to You' was toward Hyper-Calvinism..."

John MacArthur is embattled in an ongoing controversy concerning the efficacy of the LITERAL liquid blood of Jesus. MacArthur states: “It was not Jesus’ physical blood that saves us” (John MacArthur, D.D., "The MacArthur New Testament Commentary on Hebrews," Moody, 1983, p. 237). In the May 1976 issue of the Grace to You family paper that is distributed to his church, MacArthur published an article titled "Not His Bleeding, but His Dying." In this, MacArthur plainly stated that it is not the blood of Christ that saves.  Yet, somehow MacArthur maintains that he still views the blood of Christ as "precious."  How can anyone view something as "precious" if they don't see it's literal value?

It seems that deep within John MacArthur recognizes that what he is saying is Biblically and practically flawed and so he knowingly or unknowingly contradicts himself.  Either way, MacArthur is teaching damnable doctrines and needs to be exposed for the false teacher he is...

"Beloved, when I gave all diligence to write unto you of the common salvation, it was needful for me to write unto you, and exhort you that ye should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints." —Jude 1:3

Shanthi,

 

I do not have the time tonight to show how wrong David Stewart is about John. I will, later on, God willing. John is very sound and a great teacher. One of the most beautiful man of God we have alive today.

 

Love and blessings to you my friend and sister.

Shanthi,

 

Thanks for copying the article and pasting it.

 

David J. Stewart is mistaken in his analysis of John Macarthur. John is one my favorite man alive today. A very beautiful man of God.

 

>>MacArthur's teachings are certainly offensive to the gift of eternal life and the simplicity of God's salvation.

 

Interesting statement, let’s see what the brother comes up with to show MacArthur complicating biblical truths. :)

 

>>John MacArthur clearly teaches that every believer is NOT assured a home in Heaven.

 

David must really dislike John to take him way out of context and to make accusations he has not supported. He has not shown in anything he has wrote above how John teaches that every believer is not assured a home in heaven.

 

 >>According to MacArthur, one's salvation is DEPENDENT upon the life he or she lives

This guy (David) needs prayer. He is giving false witness. One must not give false witness against thy neighbor. Commandment number 9 and he is.

 

>>This is the damnable heresy of Lordship Salvation!  Mr. MacArthur is of the Devil.  From examining the two preceding statements made by John MacArthur, it can only be concluded that although MacArthur obviously doesn't think a believer can live a sinless life; a believer must nevertheless persevere in faith 'til the end of life to be saved.  The big question, then is, how much does a believer have to "persevere" to make it to Heaven? 

 

Wow!!! David says that Macarthur is of the devil. Wow!! My heart breaks for David. I don’t even want to continue reading his garbage false accusations, but let’s see what other nonsense David says. He has no idea what the doctrine of the perseverance of the saints is all about and has misunderstood it. The doctrine of the perseverance of the saints is a doctrine that teaches that God keeps us secure in him. In other words, we cannot lose our salvation. But David thinks John is teaching that we must persevere under our own strength. Nothing can be further from the truth.

 

>> Is this not the same heresy which Islam teaches?  Yes, it most certainly is!  Muslims believe that Allah is capricious, i.e., he is unpredictable.  In Islam, a Muslim's salvation is dependent upon the life he lives—you basically do your best and hope you make it.

 

Wow – David indeed needs us to pray for him. He doesn’t know what he is talking about and misleading others. 

 

>>Again, John MacArthur deceitfully claims that he believes in the Eternal Security of a believer; while simultaneously teaching that only those who continue living holy lives will go to heaven.  Mr. MacArthur states...

 

“Eternal security is a great spiritual truth, but it should never be presented merely as a matter of being once saved, always saved—with no regard for what you believe or do.  The writer of Hebrews 12:14 states frankly that only those who continue living holy lives will enter the Lord's presence. [emphasis added] SOURCE: Kingdom Living Here and Now (pg. 150).

 

I have not read Kingdom Living, but I am very familiar with John’s work. Extremely familiar, but the brother is a prolific writer, so I have not read all he has written, but I can assure you that again he is being misunderstood by this brother, David. Who forgets that faith without works is dead, which is basically what Macarthur is saying.

 

>>What are you talking about Mr. MacArthur? 

 

This brother is wayyyy off, but he thinks he is right, scarry stuff.

 

>>Clearly, John MacArthur is a false prophet, who doesn't understand the Word of God.  He is an unsaved heretic, a Modernist who pretends to be a Christian.  See also, John MacArthur's heresy on the blood of Jesus

 

Excuse the redundancy, but WOW!!!! This David Stewart needs help badly.

Thanks for your confirmation brother.  Being a new born christian, I tend to read articles to help me grow, so this article took me by surprise.

Thank God I have found a great family to guide me in AllaboutGod.

Thanks for the time spent to review this article.

God Bless Brother.

David, I agree fully with your final statement.

Great article Ama.

 

Thanks for posting.

 

Love and blessings to you gentle warrior.

Hi Sister Shanthi,

Thank you for providing this misleading work by Mr. Stewart.

Seems as if Mr.  Stewart's life raft has come loose from Heaven's Gate, the Word of God....and is drifting about with no direction or purpose. I think Miles Stanford is on that fragile craft with him.

Where do we start?

Thank you, Amanda for spelling out exactly what "Lordship Salvation" is.

 

Faith and works..........will get a heated discussion going in Bible circles every time. Jesus' half-brother, James (with the Holy Spirit breathing on him) penned an excellent treatise on this matter in James 2:14-26.

Basically, you can't have true faith without natural works.....and vice-versa.

 

And Mr. Stewart says a believer doesn't have to be holy to inherit heaven. I Peter 1:15-16, " but like the Holy One who called you, be holy yourselves also in all your behavior; (16) because it is written, "You shall be Holy, for I am Holy."(N.A.S.B.).

The important point here is that we want to be like Jesus because  God is fashioning us to be like Him.

 

Now, next is something that Mr. Stewart  (and many others) just doesn't get: Just because a person says he's a Christian, goes to church twice on Sunday, is a high-stakes giver, prays eloquently, and is always friendly with everybody........doesn't mean he's a Christian! Check out what Jesus says about people like this in Matthew 7:21-23.(I don't have time nor space to post all the Scripture here). Also, Matthew 7:13-20, I Corinthians 15:1-2Galatians 3:2-5 .

 

Mr. Stanford needs to study a little Greek. When he used the term of a "childlike faith" people receive John 3:16 with.........

that they don't have to change their behavior ........the Greek word for "believe" is pisteuo, which means to put one's full trust in, to have a full measure of faith in, and........to live one's life displaying these changes for all to see. I would call that a major change in one's behavior.

 

Finally, Mr. Stewart's language is not becoming a Christian. Looks like there might be more here than we know. At least our David has been civil in his posts.

 

That's all for now.

Grace and Peace.

 

Hi all,

Thank you for your explanations.  

God Bless

Shanthi, you have received some good guidance here so I am reluctant to say anything. But your question touches my heart because I remember what it was like to try and sort out between good teaching and bad teaching, the “right” church versus the “wrong” church and trying to understand the Bible for myself as a new believer.

I would like to share with you a little of my journey, it may help you.

When I came to Christ, it was a miraculous event. Forever life changing, a personal encounter with the spirit of God through His word and some points of witness by faithful Christians (a book, a tract and a radio message). Yet, while I was defnitely awakened to know Christ, I had no church and no personal relationships with any real living Christians; essentially I did not know any Christians until I became one. I was compelled to find a church, but the question was where? I didn't know anything about anything when it came to truth or religious groups – and there were many strange religious groups in my city. For a period of more than a year, I became prey for every cult and every weird teaching. It was like Satan sent them to pursue me.

My limited points of reference: a daily radio Bible-teaching ministry from a distant city that had been the vital link to my receiving Christ and I had a Bible that I had stolen from a motel. With no one to ask about these things, I could only do one thing: turn to God and seek His guidance. He taught me to submit everything to His Word and to read His Word daily. Whenever anyone would try to teach me anything, I challenged them to show me where it said that in the Bible. If anyone directly denied anything the Bible said, I would immediately disregard their ideas and end our relationship.

Eventually, God specifically led my fiance and I to a Bible-believing church, where the Spirit of God was clearly present and where she also became saved. It was a great church, led by a Pastor filled with the Spirit of God. Yet, what I found inside the church was that there were differing opinions about passages and meanings of teachings of the Bible. Sometimes I would even become confused by the Pastor when it seemed he was contradicting something I had read in scripture.

I learned to apply the same principles to what I was being taught inside the church as I had outside. At times, I questioned my Pastor about something he had said. I learned to do this humbly, so that I could learn without offending him. What I found was that he welcomed my questions and challenges. He said to me this was one of the most important skills for a believer. He called it the “Berean Principle”. His humility about the issue taught me a lot about what it means to be a disciple. You see, even the Apostle Peter found he made mistakes – and needed correcting from the Apostle Paul.

Principles of learning to discern

So, what is the difference? One group sees the Bible as a fable or mythology – seeking to find strange meanings to clear statements. The other group sees the Bible as the Word of God. Yet at times the latter may still make mistakes about applying the truth of God's Word. Can you learn from a teacher who loves God and believes his word? Yes. Can that same person make mistakes? Yes. How do you discern when a person is genuine? Notice what Peter said about Paul, to his disciples: when he mentions Paul. He is humble enough to admit that he sometimes struggled to learn the things Paul taught, but calls Paul both beloved and wise. In other words, he was humble enough to seek to understand the full meaning of The Gospel. How controversial is that? He had to learn from someone who didn't even know the living Christ as his disciple!! Yet, Peter admits Paul had wisdom.

So, what is my point? Well, I have 3 points on this topic.

  1. Seek God's truth by seeking Him in prayer and studying his word for yourself. Jesus and the Apostles Paul and John each promise that the Holy Spirit will teach you (John 14:26 and 1 Corinthians 2:13 and 1 John 2:27) Yes we learn from Pastors and from one another. But ultimately, we need to seek the Holy Spirit and learn from Him.

  2. Wisdom teaches us that we should approach these things with humility. I have heard many Pastors and Bible teachers tell me that they once had a strong conviction based on what they learned in Seminary, but that later the Lord either corrected their thinking or softened their understanding of how to apply a truth. All through the Bible, you find cases where even God's annointed leaders had to learn.

  3. God loves you. He's not setting you up to fail. He is guiding you to discover Him in all of his majesty and grace. Often, when you find one teacher poking holes in another teacher's message, you will find that someone has missed this vital truth. Ask God to lead you and I promise you there is an amazing journey ahead. Because Jesus wants you to know Him, more than he wants you to be “right” about some point of doctrine. Instead of worrying about what happens when you may fail, fall in love with Jesus who has given you so many great and precious promises. He will not give up on you.

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