I thought to myself,
I will conduct an experiment,
Introduction
Skeptics Welcome
(Fortunately)



...but it had to be different than the usual experiment.

I was far to smart to become a Christian and believe in God. These were my very thoughts in the fall of 1978.

I thought I was smart. I loved science. I demanded proof of everything. I was at a secular engineering school. I had a typical American world view. I had defined my own relativistic morals. I been raised in, and rejected a Protestant faith. I'd had a great education thus far. I'd studied philosophy and religion. I was happy. I considered myself a good person and felt no guilt. I was a thinking man. I thought myself a philosopher. I would chart my own journey. And I knew there was no such thing as God.

Thus the stage was set for a great experiment.

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Charlie Mitchell
New York
charlie@charlie-mitchell.com

Job 34:3-4 says: For the ear tests words as the tongue tastes food.
Let us discern for ourselves what is right; let us learn together what is good.