I commend John Keisling on his fine column ("God could exist despite no evidence," Nov. 1) on "some of the atheist arguments asserting that God cannot exist." He correctly illustrates the hollowness of the strict materialist's argument against even the likelihood of God's existence.
Our ability to perceive and comprehend ourselves and each other Ÿ let alone the Earth, universe or God Ÿ should be sufficient to convince us of out minuscule position and severely limited viewpoint. But ego can go to absurd lengths in deluding even the sharpest of minds from such an overwhelmingly obvious fact of reality.
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