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Why the belief in the Creator is disregarded by supposedly brilliant minds
A man once said that he knew the Truth, and he knew the Light, and he knew the Way to these. He lived in the obscure district of Galilee, in Israel, a Roman-controlled state in the first century.It is strange, then, out of millions of people that lived in world at the time, his name should be so well known. Consider this: How many people can you think of by name from that century? Have you guessed his name, the one I have mentioned above?
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