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The dilemma as to whether God exists or not is not genuine.

by: Christopher Kontoh

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This is the first time I have visited your website. It is interesting to read some of your articles.

To accept that faith does not require knowledge is an illusion. One needs to have knowledge, evidence and conviction to believe something.

In our personal relationship, you cannot have faith in someone without knowing him or her, and that knowing is knowledge. Therefore your dilemma as to whether God exists or not is not genuine. The best thing I think is to find time and acquire all the necessary knowledge before you reject or accept anything.

God really exists and if you want to find proof, you can. Perhaps you don't want to accept that you can, but you will find it rooted in knowledge.

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