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Unformatted text preview: that are based upon how we turn out. But, there are some things that are decided for us that make us who we are. Also, with all due respect, I disagree that there is no such thing as human nature that is common to all humans. I feel that there is a specific essence that defines what it is to be human. There has to be an explanation for all of this. How do you believe something unless you have the answers for the other side of the argument? I can see what you are saying because it is hard to believe that one person made all of us, but I feel that God does exist and that He created man. Therefore, I would like to ask you to reconsider your rationale and beliefs about God being existent. God is the only possible explanation. Sincerely, Valerie Miller...
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- Spring '10