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The Fingerprints of God

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Does God exist? Is evolution true? Were we created? What is the purpose of life? Is the Bible reliable, or it is just a fairy tale? Does absolute truth exist in the world today? Are there good reasons to believe that one faith is superior over all others? Is there only one true God? Who is Jesus . . . is there over-whelming evidence that He really lived, died, was buried a ...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published November 1st 2004 by Pleasant Word
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Old arguments, weak arguments, all have been countered. Belief in God has to do with faith not reason.
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