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About Me

I am a self-taught programmer mainly involved in PHP, MySQL, CSS/HTML, JavaScript/jQuery for around 4 years now. I have also worked with ASP 3.0, Java and PERL quite a bit. I like to code and develop in accordance with XHTML/CSS/Web standards, validated and cross-browser ready sites. I simply love PHP, JavaScript, JQuery and CSS. I like to use state-of-the-art tools and techs and keep myself updated with latest stuff and am therefore always keen to learn new things and gain more and more knowledge because the thirst is never satisfied :)

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sarfraznawaz2005@gmail.com

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answered What reasons does Christianity give for “Why There Must Be A God?”
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comment What reasons does Christianity give for “Why There Must Be A God?”
It is better for you to believe in God who rules the universe (and keeps it in perfect order) than NOT believing. When you believe in God, you turn out to be a good human. If you believe there is no God but in the end there turns out to be One on the Day, you will loose. However if you believe there IS a God, you are not loosing anything at all, so it is better to believe (with no cost) than to not believe (at the possible cost of punishment).
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In no way do Christians believe there is more than one God, but how we express that remains a paradox we cannot or have not resolved since his nature was reveled. helps just a bit and I will explore more on the topic. Thanks for your answer
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