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[Comic for Tuesday, February 22, 2005]

Panel Two: Hebrews 13:8. Panel Three: While even some Christians debate the literal interpretation of Genesis 1, the Bible makes it clear in no uncertain terms that all of creation is supposedly God's handiwork. For just a tiny sampling: Psalm 33:6-9, Psalm 139:13-16, Job 10:8-12, Psalm 89:11-12, Psalm 148, Isaiah 42:5, Isaiah 45:8-10, and Romans 1:20. Panel Four: Psalm 14:1 and Psalm 53:1, although these verses aren't exactly the most persuasive or appropriate ones to use in an evangelistic setting. ;)

Transcription

[[Trudy enters Akhilesh's kitchen]]
Trudy: Perhaps it is boredom or morbid curiosity, but I soon find myself asking him:
Trudy: How can a man of science believe in something so archaic as God?

Akhilesh: Archaic? I would not call God archaic. The Bible says He is "the same yesterday and today and forever."
Trudy: You know what I mean. How can you believe a god really exists?

Akhilesh: A better question would be how can I not? When I look at the intricacies of the human body, I cannot help but see His handiwork. I see not the random chance of millions of years of evolution, but the craftsmanship of the master artist.

Akhilesh: Besides, "The fool says in his heart, 'There is no God.'"
Trudy: I have enough problems with jesters than to end up being one, thank you.

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