Morning Coffee Thoughts and Scripture

When I posted this late a couple nights ago I did not realize it was missing two paragraphs. I corrected and reblog simply because of the error.

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coffee mugAs I sipped coffee today I had opened another book as this is one of my reading moments. The book is a new release of Evidence That Demands A Verdict by Josh McDowell and his son Shaun McDowell, PhD.

I had only gotten into the second paragraph and images of today’s topic came rushing into my mind. A man was challenging me on a Facebook post recently. His pre-supposition  being that Christianity was mythical and there is no evidence of miracles stating he did not know one person that had witnessed a miracle. His attitude transmitted more interest in making a statement than seeking a witness or evidence of a truth. In that vein, I commented that I had seen a miracle personally but there was no sense in spending time on it as he was obviously closed minded to the idea. He asked me to share and I declined for…

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