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SanZag's Rantings and Ravings.

Book to Read:
The Case for a Creator
Lee Strobel
 
A former Atheist investigates, as a "devil's advocate," many different recent scientific developments that point to a creator - and more-often than not, the Judeo-Christian God as this creator.  A lot of this stuff is really revolutionary, and a lot of the things shown to be misrepresented or false are still taught and in Science books, as witnessed by myself (SanZag).  Unlike most books about religion, where authors will just throw at you all of the data supporting their arguement and none of the rest, this book actually has Strobel, the Christian author, trying to falsify the pro-creator data and arguments of the top-of-the line scientists he interviews by using his twenty years of experience of being a scientific darwinist atheist.  It just so happens that no matter how many Darwinist, naturalist, or physicalist theories and counterarguments Strobel throws at these scientists, their argument always wins.  The book also offers reasons for why these obviously more accurate explanations are not widespread.  I am an avid reader, but out of all the books I have read in my entire life, this one has probably affected my outlook on life in the greatest positive way.
Strobel's other books, The Case for Christ, and The Case for Faith, also bear looking into, as they are written in the same format and equally convincing.

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I made this poem and "abstracticized" it one time when I was really tired.

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creativity
true essence
abstractness is real
"the ability to create"
"characterized by originality and expressiveness"
intensive longing's extensive manifestation
in follow-through, divine
humanly inexpressible
generare

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