In his new book “The Reality of It All: Our Soul, Life and Death, God and Religion, and a Whole Bunch of Science with a Little Humor Mixed In” (published by iUniverse), Ronnie Cohen, a former atheist, explores life’s existential questions through the lenses of the Baha’i Faith, science and more.
An excerpt from “The Reality of It All”:
"I decided it was time to prove to the Baha’is (and probably again to myself) that in reality, at the end of the day, there is absolutely no such thing as God. So I began to read the Baha’i writings along with writings of some of history’s most respected scientists. And I blew it! Not because I could not disprove the existence of God, but because, lo and behold (I have never written “lo and behold” before), I found that, indeed, God does exist! I proved the existence of God – not to anyone else, but to myself!"
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It is always good to read another individual's take on God, and their particular "proof" of his presence and reality. The Urantia Book teaches us that :
1:2.8 Those who know God have experienced the fact of his presence; such God-knowing mortals hold in their personal experience the only positive proof of the existence of the living God which one human being can offer to another. The existence of God is utterly beyond all possibility of demonstration except for the contact between the God-consciousness of the human mind and the God-presence of the Thought Adjuster that indwells the mortal intellect and is bestowed upon man as the free gift of the Universal Father.
We say AMEN!!!