on 8/27/01 12:17 PM, george murphy wrote:
> It is a remarkable thing that no canonical writer ever used nature as a proof
of God's existence. All set out to > convince us of it. But David, Solomon,
and the rest never said: 'There is no void; therefore there is a God.'
Would you not consider the apostle Paul's statement in Rom. 1:19-20 a
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