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In the novel written by John Irvin A Prayer for Owen Meany the protagonist Owen Meany is portrayed an image which exhibits an unusual form of God through his actions and words Owen Meany spoke and contributed in numerous ways to inform others of God demonstrated characteristics that proves his existence is more than special and for a purpose and also visualized occurrences of many key future events Firstly as Owen grew up he began delivering his messages on life and faith Owen had become an instructor in the community and in the church Owens biggest deed was teaching John Wheelwright what faith was about and what it meant to have it John always remembered Owen because he was the reason I believed in God I am Christian because of Owen Meany 1 Not only was it Owen who helped John through school gave him the gift of reading saved his life and kept him out of Vietnam he also taught John the most important lesson in faith that seeing did not mean believing He was a natural leader he won people over by his persuasive words JUST BECAUSE A BUNCH ATHEIST ARE BETTER WRITERS THAN THE GUYS WHO WROTE THE BIBLE DOESNT NECESSARILY MAKE THEM RIGHT 277 Through Owens various words of wisdom and many publications he got others to believe in God and also put forth their faith in him In closing Owen was able to enrich the thoughts of others directe d towards God which in turn portrays Owen as a messenger sent by God thus an instrument Next Owen Meany found belief in that God had made him for a special and valuable purpose Owen believed he was the reason Johns mother Tabitha was killed After having entered her room Owen witnessed a frightening image of a ghost Owen Meany believed he had just interrupted the angel of death at her work
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