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Two giants, in thunderous voice proclaim
That in their faiths no doubts remain.
The true faith surely is but one,
Or of these two, it may be none.

For if one of these faiths be true,
The other’s not – there can’t be two.
So is one of these giants right
Or are both wrong in heaven’s sight?

To selfsame God they each do pray
Yet each claims theirs the one true way.
As each, the other faith excludes,
At least one giant, himself deludes.