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are used, sometimes paraphrasing, but always, citations follow. Those sentences that are the writer's own commentary do not require citation. As archeologist Richard Lamm relates, the image of Jesus as
"The Good Shepherd" is "a commonly used representation throughout
the centuries" (Lamm 318). In fact, the symbol of a shepherd is
something that has appeared in many cultures where sheep raising is of
importance (Lamm 317). Lamm mentions in particular the archaic
Greek sculpture of the "...
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