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While trying to convince others

he is galloping confidently atop

a stallion called Common Sense,

in truth, atheism stumbles on the

back of a donkey called Foolish-

ness. Is there any wonder why

David said, “The fool has said

in his heart, ‘There is no God’”

(Psalm 14:1)?

For since the creation of

the world His [God’s] in-

visible attributes are clearly

seen, being understood by

the things that are made,

even His eternal power

and Godhead, so that

they are without excuse,

because, although they

knew God, they did not

glorify Him as God, nor

were thankful, but became

futile in their thoughts,

and their foolish hearts

were darkened. Professing

to be wise, they became

fools (Romans 1:20-22).


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