There are only three types of people in the world, wrote Blaise Pascal, the seventeenth-century French philosopher and mathematician. There are those who seek the truth about God and have found it.
There are those who seek but have not yet found. And, finally, there are the “foolish and unhappy” people who neither seek nor...
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