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A case for God

By Richard Westlund

March 19, 2013
The OBSERVER

Most of the modern world's religions are based on what some consider fairy stories, and folk tales from centuries ago. We understand these stories can stretch the credibility of logical, thinking people, but don't our modern understandings provide an obvious although often overlooked clue? We really don't need faith in fables to accept a Grand Creator; just a little common sense and observation will do.

 
 

 

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