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[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.
He was told to have faith. But faith without understanding was blind belief. Furthermore, he felt that even if some unseen Deity or God-power actually existed, it acted in a manner that eluded any pattern of consistency.
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What Is Really Going On?
CHARLES HENRY GABRIEL
The Mother as an Educator
MAIDA McLEOD O'CONNOR
MELVIN A. HURWICK
To Hear God, We Must Listen
Climb Out of the Valley
LAWRENCE R. WOOD
A Time of Promise
VERA SOHR KELLY
A Right Sense of Possession
William Milford Correll
We Must Progress to Stay Healthy
Alan A. Aylwin
Many years ago when in the Army in our former homeland,...
For years I have been blessed by reading the testimonies in the...
Rachel Wentworth Crandell
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 388 - Helping Children in School
with contributions from Richard Lombardi, Jack Krieger
Signs of the Times
Rabbi I. Jakobovits