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Open Letter To A "Skeptic"

For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who by their unrighteousness suppress the truth. For what can be known about God is plain to them, because God has shown it to them.

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Does God Exist: If God, Why Evil?

Disclaimer: The evil discussed in the following article is human initiated evil that directly causes pain or suffering to others or themselves. Further articles on such evil as natural disasters and disease, or “physical evil”, will come in the future. 900 more words

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PLANNED OR JUST A COINCIDENCE?

Nothing in this world and in our life is accidental or called coincidence. Everything is planned by our creator. God created everything artistically and mathematically; he has left signs and evidence for those who are willing to find him. 
 
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The God Series

(Does God Exist? Part One)

By: Kenneth Mason

After careful consideration, I have decided to do a series about God. This series will cover the groundwork for all theology from God’s existence, to His attributes, to the Trinity. 574 more words

FAVORITE BIBLE VERSES: “It is the glory of God to conceal a matter; to search out a matter is the glory of kings.” (Proverbs 25:2)

What I love about this proverb is that it divinely sanctions the virtues of philosophy and science.  Also, I believe that it gives us some insight into the nature of God and part of his purpose in making us.   141 more words

Larry Hunt Bible Commentary

Does God Exist?: The Cosmological Argument

Is belief in God reasonable? No, really. Is it? Many thinkers from scientists to philosophers have put the idea of God  to the test. There are many who accept its validity, or possibility, while many still remain who deny such an absurd notion. 1,362 more words

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Idiots Guide: 7 Questions every Human Being wants Answered

As the reigning intellectual life form on this planet, we human beings have the unique ability to contemplate our existence in the universe. It is highly unlikely that a lion, or your family pet would have the intellectual curiosity, or conscious motivation, to ponder the meaning of their existence. 1,370 more words

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