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No Leap Of Faith Needed In Search For God

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Posted by Carl Ulrich on May 6, 2001 01:41:05 UTC

Forty years of reading and studying, first in Latin,then in German and English, and I still have no proof on the human level for or against the existence of God, although my searching and studying in contemplation have helped me publish a few fiction works and one book of poetry by a legitimate New York scholastic publisher. The search will probably continue until death (and beyond?)as part of the learning curve, but where I am now is what the ancient Hindu Philosophers said - they put it the simplest and the best: "There is God, or there is nothing."

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