The Wiccan Rede: A Historical Journey
Part 7: Commentaryby John J. Coughlin
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This is part of a letter from author Cheri Scotch dated January 13, 2002. I'll have to look into the dates and see if there was any influence from Francois Rabelais' novel Gargantua published in 1534.
I read your very interesting web page and have some information you might want. In St. Augustine's tract "On the Gospel of St. John," Augustine writes: "Love, and do what you will." Later churchmen edited it to "Love god, and do what you will."
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