- Thaddea Thompson
- Anderson, SC
- United States
Does god only exist in the extaordinary?
We seem to say that when something unusual happens we say that it is of God. Is he not in our everyday lives? I think in this way we are defining where God is and where God isn't. Am I wrong to say that this would be a way of limiting God and where and how he works?
Closing Statement from Thaddea Thompson
thank all who've responded to my question.I think that I started this question with the majority of people in mind.