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Professor: You’re a Christian, aren’t you son?
Student: Yes sir
Professor: So, you believe in God?
Student: Absolutely, yes
Professor: Is God good?
Student: Sure
Professor: Is God all powerful?
Student: Yes
Professor: My brother died of cancer even though he prayed to God for healing. Most of us would attempt to help those who are ill. But God didn’t. How is God good then hmm?
Student: {silence}
Professor: You can’t answer that can you? So let me ask you again, is God good?
Student: Yes
Professor: Is Satan good?
Student: No
Professor: Where does Satan come from?
Student: From…God...
Professor: That’s right, so tell me now, is there evil in the world?
Student: Yes
Professor: So where does evil come from?
Student: [did not answer}
Professor: Is there sickness, immorality, hatred? All these terrible things exist in the world don’t they?
Student: Yes sir
Professor: So, who created those things
Student: {student had no answer}
Professor: Science says you have five senses to observe the world around you. Tell me, have you ever seen God?
Student: No, sir
Professor: Have you ever heard God?
Student: No sir
Professor: Have you ever smelt God, tasted God, felt God? Have you ever had any sensory perception of God?
Student: No sir, I’m afraid I haven’t
Professor: Yet, you still believe in him
Student: Yes
Professor: According to empirical testable, demonstrable protocol, science says your God doesn’t exist. What do you say about that?
Student: Nothing, I only have my faith.
Professor: Yes, faith, and that is the problem that science has
Student: Professor, is there such thing as heat?
Professor: Yes
Student: And is there such a thing as cold?
Professor: Yes
Student: No, sir there isn’t
{The lecture theater became very quiet}
Student: Sir, you can have lots of heat, even more heat, superheat, mega heat, white heat, a little…...

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