2 edition of Why we can"t believe found in the catalog.
Why we can"t believe
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Once we make this shift in how we experience our will to believe, we have the best criteria available to us for navigating the dizzying array of religious and spiritual options surrounding us. For. Why We Should NOT Pray about the Book of Mormon.
A common appeal from Mormon friends and acquaintances is this: “I challenge you to read the Book of Mormon and pray about it, and you will see that it is true, just as I also have read and prayed about it and know in my heart that Why we cant believe book is true.” This is usually accompanied by a heartfelt “testimony” that God has given the person a.
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Why, for example, do we continue to be fascinated by God, religion, haunted houses, UFOs, conspiracy theories, and miracle cures, even when science can dispute many of these claims. Is it because we are uneducated, or are our brains designed to interpret and seek out such possibilities in the world.
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about the nonviolent movement against racial segregation in the United States, and specifically the Birmingham book describes as a landmark year in the civil rights movement, and as the beginning of America's "Negro Revolution".
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