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Does an evangelical understanding of the 'laws of nature' make God seem more distant or close?
The term 'law of nature' such as gravity, condensation, etc. is rarely if ever described in relation to God in modern schools and Universities. Yet I am wondering what the biblical view of the Laws of ...
Oct 7 '12 at 6:40
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