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    Is it appropriate to use 2 question marks in a sentence. See sentence below

    How should I pose my sentence? Which is correct?

    1. Which side are you on ... the Law or the Blessing of Abraham?

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    2. Which side are you on? The Law or the Blessing of Abraham?

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    Re: Is it appropriate to use 2 question marks in a sentence. See sentence below

    "Which side are you on -- The Law or the Blessing of Abraham?"
    A dash is one way of phrasing it. Neither of your versions is grammatical.

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