Sermon on the Mount (pt. 22)
in consequence of that; as a result; consequently:
I think; therefore I am. (click here for source)
“Therefore” (for this or that reason) and “wherefore” (for which reason) imply exactness of reasoning; they are especially used in logic, law, mathematics, etc., and in a formal style of speaking or writing.
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