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If I firmly believed in God, what would be your best argument to make me change my mind?


 

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    Jim Miles (JimMiles) 4 years ago

    Or..."I don't even have to say in advance what it would take for me to believe. God should already know. But he just doesn't do it." John W Loftus, in The End of Christianity (p. 103). Same goes for every lost soul. Why serve such an unloving God?

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