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Reality of God

F.W. Norwood wrote: “Life’s greatest tragedy is to lose God and not to miss Him.”

Atheists satisfy both criteria in the above formula; Agnostics fall into a different category entirely, but most visitors to this website [http://www.realityofgod.com]  seem to feel they have lost God, and miss Him very much. These readers believe in an omniscient, omnipotent Creator and Sustainer of the universe, but have not found a religion that makes complete sense to them, or that demands tenets of faith they can fully accept.

Here at RealityofGod.com, we try to help visitors establish belief and choose religious direction, using an Islamic line of reasoning. “Using an Islamic line of reasoning?” you ask, skeptically cocking one eyebrow. Yup, you read me right. Think of it this way: You’ve probably already heard everything other religions have to say on the subject, and their arguments didn’t work for you. So here’s your chance to hear what a Muslim has to say. Atheists, Agnostics, Idol-worshippers, even lapsed Jews and Christians will find articles herein that are designed to kindle faith and enrich a person’s spiritual journey. Uncommitted Christians might bypass this website and jump straight to the next website in this series, www.TrueToJesus.com. Open-minded seekers of religious truth might prefer the author’s main website, www.LevelTruth.com. Whichever level you begin with, we welcome you to this line of investigation with the reminder that no amount of searching can take the place of a single, sincere prayer for guidance. For many, such a prayer demands faith in the first place. It is this faith we hope to kindle, nurture and guide through the articles herein.

Dr. Laurence B. Brown, MD

http://www.realityofgod.com

http://leveltruth.com

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