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|Abstract||It is no surprise to discover that few (if any) have found the existence of God to be an obvious fact about the world. At least this is so in the sense in which we normally use the word "obvious," as when we say that it is obvious that the World Trade Center weighs more than a deck of cards or that it is obvious that VanGogh is a better painter than I. Despite St. Paul's claim that God's eternal power and divine nature "have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made" (Romans 1:20), few (if any) think that such is as "clearly seen" as the book you now hold in your hand.|
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