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Lucian Hodoboc

The parable of the two terrariums

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I tried to create a parable to defend God's plan against the popular atheist imputation which claims that because we can't see logic in God's plan, God probably doesn't exist. Check out this video and let me know what you think:

 

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I tried to create a parable to defend God's plan against the popular atheist imputation which claims that because we can't see logic in God's plan, God probably doesn't exist. Check out this video and let me know what you think:

 

 

I liked your video; the ant analogy was a well thought out one👍.

 

The intro was fine, however, if it were shorter, It would probably better serve the illustration you were trying to make.

 

God bless you too Lucian.

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I tried to create a parable to defend God's plan against the popular atheist imputation which claims that because we can't see logic in God's plan, God probably doesn't exist. Check out this video and let me know what you think:

 

 

Took me a little bit to get used to your accent. I missed a lot of what you shared until I adjusted enough for it. Keep up the faith, Lucian, much enjoyed hearing you articulate your thoughts in the defense of Christianity.

 

God bless,

William

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