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“Sev­eral bib­li­cal verses ref­er­ence self-mutila­t­ion as metaphoric acts of sac­ri­fice or con­tri­tion,” wrote the re­search­ers, who in­clud­ed psy­chi­a­trist Ja­son P. Ca­plan of St. Joseph’s and the Creighton Uni­vers­ity School of Med­i­cine in Oma­ha, Neb. “Some in­di­vid­u­als may in­ter­pret these pas­sages lit­er­ally and act on them, caus­ing sig­nif­i­cant in­ju­ry and even in­ad­vert­ent death.”
Gospel of Matthew linked to bloody trail of self-mutilations
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