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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Nov 28 2018 6:53 PM

When testing with the Temptation of Jesus, the Legend on the Map links Pinnacle and Temple separately while Factbook treats "Pinnacle of the Temple" as a single entity. I am a fan of consistency and believe the Factbook to be the more accurate representation of the text.

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Sean Boisen | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Nov 30 2018 1:04 PM

MJ. Smith:

When testing with the Temptation of Jesus, the Legend on the Map links Pinnacle and Temple separately while Factbook treats "Pinnacle of the Temple" as a single entity. I am a fan of consistency and believe the Factbook to be the more accurate representation of the text.

Yes, Sean, I put "Atlas" in the heading. I may be stubborn but I am trainable. Wink

Technically, the "pinnacle" concept here also covers the generic pinnacles of other buildings, but the pinnacle of the temple is the only biblical example, so we've included "pinnacle of the temple" as an alternate label.

But, less pedantically, I agree, having a separate link to pinnacle here isn't necessary or helpful. We'll get that fixed.

MJ. Smith:
Yes, Sean, I put "Atlas" in the heading. I may be stubborn but I am trainable. Wink

As am I. Wink

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