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They've a cast-iron get-out clause, though. God was testing them. He does that a lot, it seems.Which makes God a bit like Jeremy Beadle or Noel Edmonds, doesn't it?
Once you twist logic to support your preconceived beliefs, there is nothing you caannot 'prove'.Prime example: 'Of course no-one can prove that God exists. It is God's deliberate choice that there is no definitive proof of His existence. Otherwise, why would anyone need to have faith?'One said "Obviously, I haven't understood it correctly because we're still here". In other words, I know something to be true, and now it has turned out not to be true, the fault is in my understanding of it, not in the truth of the thing that I now know not to be true.Or something.
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