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What will Kerry Do About Christian Persecution in China?

pinenee Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 2:37 PM
Can Man, restrict gravity, no? What is gravity, the force that pulls all objects on earth toward the center of the earth, gravity. Can man believe in gravity, though no one has even seen, gravity, yes? Can a person believe in God, no? God is faith based, what is faith ? Faith is belief without proof. What man or government has the power of a wizard to be able to restrict faith, none?. What man or government would want to restrict Faith? Why would a sophisticate waste his or her time trying to restrict faith. A sophisticate would know when it is tangible and see-able, God didn't DO-IT.

Editor's Note: This column was coauthored by Bob Morrison.

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