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A Man Agrees with God . . . by Allendra3 A Man Agrees with God . . . by Allendra3
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A quote from the book "A Clash of Kings". Said about one of the made-up religions in it, but I found it very applicable. :) In the original quote, the second "agrees" was not there, but it evened out the letters nicely on the stamp.

I always find it sad how people think they can stand up and approve or disapprove of God's actions - as if their opinion is somehow on the same level as God. And when I read this line in the book, I thought that was such an eloquent and fitting response.

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Christianity Teaches Love by Allendra3 Objective Proof of GodIf I tossed a coin 2000 times and called it right every single time, what would you think?
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I can only imagine some of the things you would be thinking, but they would all stem from one rationalization: that what was happening defied logic.
To make sure we are on the same page, let me give you some quick facts about the Bible: The Bible was written over a span of about 1500 years (from 1445 BC to 95 AD) in 3 continents, in 3 languages, by 40 authors, and has 66 books. It's mostly a collection of letters written to churches. We can verify the dates of the books of the Bible through the efforts of historians, linguists, and archeologists.
" . . . a band of evil men has encircled me, they have pierced my hands and my feet.  .  . They divide my garments among them and cast lots for my clothing." – Psalm 22: 17-18
What event is this verse referring to? If you have a basic knowledge of Christianity, then you know this is talking about Jesus' crucifixion. If you
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