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A Brief Biography of God Part Two: The Awkward Teenage Years

So God’s biography begins with humans attempting to provide a very basic and primitive explanation of creation. Some ancient societies imagined multiple gods and goddesses responsible for different natural phenomena—the sun, water, the seasons, nature’s bounty were all personified by human-like … Continue reading

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A Brief Biography of God Part One: The Early Years

The image of God, or of a supernatural being or beings somehow controlling the universe, must have entered the human brain very early in our history on this planet. Creationists and evolutionists and everyone in between, I think, can agree … Continue reading

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