The idea of God isn’t true

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For most of us, something deep down inside tells us there is a greater power. We sense there is something bigger than us. All that you have to do is look up at all the miraculous clusters of stars and galaxies.  Look into the eyes of a baby.  Look down into a microscope and watch as cells individually multiply and heal. So no, this isn’t about Atheism.

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What or who is God? Philosophers and common men and women have pondered that thought since the beginning of time. Native Americans have called God the great spirit. Hindus believe in the plurality of gods in different shapes and forms. Ancient Egyptians believed God was the sun that was born in the day and died at night. All of these ideas are fascinating, but false. Even the idea of God isn’t true. Let me explain.

Many people view God as a power, a mist, a. . . .

Matt LemmonMatt Lemmon is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He is the author of the blog the8ways2.com. He is also a Nursing student, and is married to Kayla Lemmon, who has been writing a blog called “all our lemony things” since August 2013. Matt was featured on the cover of the October 2014 issue of LDS Life & Times. You can contact Matt at 8ways2@gmail.com.

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