Essential Readme Texts
7.0 Essential Readme Texts from The Document
As is succinctly expressed in the Faith FAQ, unlike humans, not all texts are created equal:
Q: What are the Holy Scriptures?
A: The Holy Scriptures are sacred content and are commonly known as “The Document”. The Document supersedes all texts found on websites, emails, blog posts, RSS feeds of blog posts, tweets, diggs, and various other content. (emphasis, Sistertech)
Q: Why do we call the Holy Scriptures the Word of The One In Charge?
A: We call them the Word of The One In Charge because The One In Charge provided VC inspiration for the project.
Included in The Book of Uncommon Prayer are just a few of the Essential Readme Texts from The Document. Sistertech cannot recommend the complete edition of The Document highly enough. In love and charity, and as a general product disclaimer, Sistertech admonishes you to remember the following:
“The Document distro by The One In Charge and its universal cross platform language is suitable for use in teaching, for criticism, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that tech users everywhere may be competent and equipped for every good work.” The Document, II Timothy 3:16-17
Sistertech will add below more Essential Readme Texts from The Document as the spirit doth move her so to do. (For you Psalm phreaks, psee see Sistertech’s Psalm Bytes.)
The Beatitudes (Matthew 5:1-12)