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What is the meaning of state continuity doctrine?

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If there is an error in doctrine then it could change the whole meaning of that doctrine and become misleading. While some error may be so insignificant that it does not alter the meaning of the doctrine. One error may be "Christ was able to perform miracles" but is quoted "Christ is able to perform miracles" The was and is does not change the meaning.

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