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Choosing faiths

We all live with some sort of faith or other. The object of our faith, our “God”, may be of our own making, or can be chosen from a long list of “official gods” represented by the vast array of world religions. Professor Stuart Burgess, Professor of Engineering Design at the University of Bristol, and speaker at the upcoming Climate Conference Belfast on April 23, once made an interesting observation about those claiming “no god”. He observed, concerning the continuing Evolution-Creation debate, “The origins debate is ultimately about faith versus faith. The atheist has great faith in chance, and the Christian has faith in a great God who has given us eternal life through His Son, Jesus Christ.”

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