Whatever your personal beliefs (and I imagine
among the readership of this ezine they are both diverse and
strongly held) I suggest that there is one thing that the
majority of us would be able to agree on, which is that whether
we believe in one God, or many, or in none at all, we agree that
any deity worthy of our belief is not only robust enough to be
able to handle us little people questioning our beliefs as a
process of growing, but would actually welcome this process as
preferable to blind acceptance.
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