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Character Sketch

Rebellion, judgment, and a bunch of musicians

Trevor H. Paris is a physician living in Florida.

Thomson Paris is doing graduate studies at the University of Florida.

“Mercy and truth have met together; righteousness and peace have kissed” (Ps. 85:10).1

The God of the Old Testament is arguably the most unpleasant character,” writes Richard Dawkins.2 Dawkins implies that God is the better of tyrants such as Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, Ho Chi Minh, and Saddam Hussein. Truth be told, to the casual observer as well as the believer, the actions of God appear at times to be paradoxical.

How do we reconcile a God of love with a God …

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