Joined 2 years ago from Accra - Ghana
I am a young man with a passion for trying to get the understanding of happenings of things around me. I am intuitive, quite perceptive and fascinated by alot of things especially those which challenge accepted lines of thought of the general society. I try to love life always and also make sure I spread some smiles whenever I can.
I am a chemical engineer by profession, have developed and continue to nurture interests in programming (Java), and basically follow anything which has the ability to provoke thought in anyway. I try to find time to write on any topic which interests me.
I am very religious and alot of my beliefs are based on Christianity (Catholic).
2 years ago
In man's search for ultimate understanding, he turns to religion for answers. Christianity, as a religion, presents tenets with which man makes a choice to follow. However, some use this as a means of perpetuating their own beliefs. Does that make religion inadequate in satisfying man's search?
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