Tom and Jerry or What Price Pelagius?

Religious Studies 17 (4):559 - 563 (1981)
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Once upon a time Dr Thomas Svengali was walking by the side of a lake when he saw some children playing with their boats. They were model boats of course, but it was possible to control them by short–wave radio. In this way they could be made to go through all the manoeuvres which life–sized boats could execute, but in an unrealistically jerky way, like mice pretending to be elephants
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