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Basic Apologetic Questions

Interview with William Cwirla, Michael Brown, Jason Stellman, and A. Craig Troxel

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How can I know that God exists?

Cwirla-We know things in a variety of ways. We know things empirically, the way we know a scientific fact. For instance, we know that water is two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen because we can analyze water and literally take it apart. Since God can't be measured or tested scientifically, we can't know of God's existence that way.


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Issue: "Does God believe in Atheists?" March/April 2006 Vol. 15 No. 2 Page number(s): 22-28

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