Things That I Know

Things aren't necessarily true because: I have never seen a verifiable miracle. Even then, I would have to be convinced that it wasn't a magic trick. This isn't stubbornness or irrational criticism; I simply know that many of the wonders posed to man are simply hoaxes.

I've been told that I am overly judgmental of Christianity compared to other beliefs that I assume are true. I believe, for example, that the Weather Channel is telling the truth when it says that it is snowing in Colorado. But the difference is that like my other beliefs, this one can be verified. And that is exactly what I'm trying to do with Christianity. The reason I am so thorough in my study is because this is an important, if not the most important, issue of my life, and deserves the utmost care.

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