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Should I put "close and familiar" between accolade here?

 
 
Reply Sun 4 Oct, 2020 07:32 am
Should I put "close and familiar" between accolade here?
I mean, is this reading true? "The early Christians lived in {close and familiar} touch with the unseen. or should I read it like "close touch" and "familiar touch"?

The early Christians lived in close and familiar touch with the unseen, and their absolute faith and constancy were founded upon the positive personal knowledge which each of them had acquired.

"The History of Spiritualism," by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
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Reply Sun 4 Oct, 2020 09:32 am
@solesoul,
The two interpretations you posted mean the same thing. "Close and familiar" describe touch, but that also means close touch and familiar touch.
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