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GOD: new evidence


A Sense of Guilt

(Beyond Ourselves #29)

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We are born with a sense of justice. Not only that, but we feel outrage when justice is not done.

But we do not live up to our own standards of justice: we do what is wrong, or we fail to do what is right. We have a sense of guilt.

If we are only atoms and molecules, this sense of guilt does not make any sense. If there is no real right or wrong, what does it matter if we harm other people, if this means that we enjoy life more? 

But we know intuitively that this is wrong. Is it possible that this intuition points to something real? Is it possible that there really are standards of right and wrong, which come from God, and which we fail to keep?

Is it possible that our greatest problem is that we are guilty before God? – And that what we need more than anything else is for him to forgive us, and put us right with himself?

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