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Naked God: The Truth About God Exposed

by Martin Ayers

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I told my wife I am reading Naked God! She said: What? No it is not about God being actually naked it is about examining all the anecdotes and all the evidence presented in scripture and in the bible to find out whether or not God actually exist and was substantiate Jesus claims that he was in fact the son of God. Can't say that I 100 % agree with everything the author says as he claims that without God there is no point to living as everything that ever happens is just the natural order of the universe. But I tend to disagree humans do I believe have the ability to choose a life filled with moral compassion and moral consciousness with or without a God present. ( )
  Mark_Oszoli | Nov 13, 2014 |
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