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    January 10, 2021 at 5:38 pm

    Does proof that Jericho’s walls fell and the city burned prove either way that God did or didn’t have anything to do with it? Only two gps of people know that answer; –those on both sides of the wall when it fell.

    Is it a miracle that the Egyptian army drowned in the depths of the Red Sea as walls of water caved in on them, or in 6 inches of mud water 200 miles NW of it? –Either could be argued to be or not be a miracle even given absolute evidence of either.

    What we absolutely can’t do is disprove God’s “miracles”. Everything he does however can be scoffed at in an attempt to explain away the presence of God, to worship “TIME” instead which all by itself according to faithless science is declared to be naturally responsible everything anyway.

    Is love a spiritual or a chemical reaction? Do we have faith or not? In what? Are we free or not? Do we have choice or not? “A man’s heart deviseth his way: but the LORD directeth his steps.” Proverbs 16-9