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Proofs of God's Existence

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A musician standing before the Empire State Building in New York said to a friend, "How beautifully that child across the street whistles." His companion was astonished. "How can you hear him in all this noise?" The musician threw a coin on the pavement. Immediately several men gathered. The proof had been given. Everyone hears what
Kindle Edition, 168 pages
Published May 24th 2011 by Living Sacrifice Book Company (first published 1988)
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Oct 08, 2015 rated it really liked it
"Months of solitary confinement, years of periodic physical torture, constant suffering from hunger and cold, the anguish of brainwashing and mental cruelty —these are the experiences of a Romanian pastor during his fourteen years in Communist prisons. Richard Wurmbrand’s crime, like that of thousands of others, was his fervent belief in Jesus Christ and his public witness concerning that faith."

This book could really use more extensive editing, as the author's thoughts are often disjointed,
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Jan 17, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Richard Wurmbrand is a good writer and spiritual man...I really admire him for his pure and big love for God! As I read this book I saw how wise he really was and how God worked through him. I would want to be like him loving God and being faithful to Him through the very hard times! I pray for God to give me such a true love for Him, Who is my Everything ^_^
Some great points and arguments in here but it's like searching for diamonds in the rough, all written in free flow without structure. Reminiscent of CS Lewis
Teri Orthwein
May 17, 2014 rated it it was amazing

God so loved the world that he gave his only son to die in my place. I love you God with all my heart
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I love this book! It was amazing! It helped me to think about my Creator and to love Him more! We have an indescribable God! :)
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Early life

Richard Wurmbrand, the youngest of four boys, was born in 1909 in Bucharest in a Jewish family. He lived with his family in Istanbul for a short while; his father died when he was 9, and the Wurmbrands returned to Romania when he was 15.

As an adolescent, he became attracted to communism, and, after attending a series of illegal meetings of the Communist Party of Romania (PCdR), he was
“Și ce te faci dacă totuși exista Dumnezeu: spune-mi, ce te faci dacă totuși este adevărat ca El exista? (Levi Yitzhak)” 1 likes
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