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The Great Question To the reverent scientistthe simplest features of the world about us are in themselves so awe-inspiring that there seems no need to seek new and greater miracles of Gods care Since the moment that I could make intelligible sounds come out of my mouth I have been sent to a private Catholic school For the past thirteen years my young impressionable mind has been bombarded with stories of resurrection and miracles Now as I sit here as a senior in High School about to embark on the rest of my life I am asked a question Do you believe in God To most this question will have a clear and obvious answer but I am not sure that I can give one This is not to say that all my schooling has gone for naught but rather it is a comment on the free will that we all have If I am going to stand up and say that I believe in God it will not be because I have been told I do since I was four but rather because I actually do meaning I have thought about it and came to a conclusion based on my own thoughts and ideas I am not going to state outright whether or not I believe but rather give my thoughts and see what I feel at the end On one hand there is the most obvious thing of all the universe is supremely awesome This fact alone may be enough to persuade almost anybody I will give an example I saw in a book from the library The sun is burning at approximately 20 million degrees Celsius at its interior If we were to move the earth away 10 we would soon freeze to death If we were to move the earth closer by 10 we would once again be incinerated The sun is poised at 93 million miles
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