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The most High Supreme Being, All Powerful and Omniscient, and above Him there is no other. Because God is, He cannot be comprehended even when He is studied by His creation. He will remain infinitely a mystery. God is not human, not limited by time or space, not imperfect, because God is by essence divine; therefore, He exists eternally and infinitely. Our task as His creation is to believe (faith before reason) in Him, accept His favors and worship Him for who He is. He is also a loving and good God, He has revealed himself to humankind in order that His creation may have communion with Him; and may experience the unknown in an experiential and mysterious way (a prior realization). What do you know about God? How did you come to that realization? If you want to get deeper in the journey you may find the following arguments intriguing: 1. Argument by creation - Was the universe created? If so, then it must be the result of a Creator. What light do the laws of science... read more

Does the United States need an official language? Language says Balmer (1992) is the essential medium of expression upon which all cultures depend. Most people and cultures do not willingly accept intrusion upon their rights to use their native language. At the same time, most nations in the world are composed of more than one language group, and many, including the United States have experienced conflict between groups (Balmer, 1992). This question remains unanswered which involves different groups of people to sort out the issue of an official language if it can be solved. Thus, this conflict in the USA is between those wishing to ensure the continued dominance of English and those who may not. Attempting to answer the question Crawford (2011) exposes his idea on how the USA has been facing that issue. He declares that many Americans responded: Why not? From 1981 to 1988, fourteen states recognized English through statutes or constitutional amendments, for a total... read more

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