God's Existence

[For young adults]

During his late teens and early twenties a young man found himself cynical about the existence of God. He reached a point where religion was totally unacceptable.

Trying to reconcile injustice, war, disease—and his personal problems—to a governing Supreme Being was more than he cared to consider. To his sense, there simply wasn't any logical explanation to the whole confusing concept of a world in constant chaos and a God who supposedly was responsible for, or at least aware of, its condition. "What kind of a. God must He be? he often asked himself.

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