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And all the brethren which are with me.

By Martin Luther


      This should go far in shutting the mouths of the false apostles. Paul's intention is to exalt his own ministry while discrediting theirs. He adds for good measure the argument that he does not stand alone, but that all the brethren with him attest to the fact that his doctrine is divinely true. 'Although the brethren with me are not apostles like myself, yet they are all of one mind with me, think, write, and teach as I do.'

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