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Benjamin Baruch — Faith in a Rational World: Lost in a World of Painted In Corners, Part 1

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PART 1 of 2

by Benjamin Baruch

June 27, 2015

NewsWithViews.com

“Alice laughed: There’s no use trying, she said; one can’t believe impossible things. I daresay you haven’t had much practice, said the Queen. When I was younger, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”[1]

Our journey of faith in a rational world begins with Alice lost in Wonderland; an allegory of the journey all men must take to leave behind the innocence and ignorance of youth and a child’s world of make believe, to one day awaken and embrace the reality of the real world. Alice’s journey down the rabbit hole reveals a fantasy world, where lost in her own imagination, she walks within corridors of confusion, struggling to understand and ultimately confront a make believe world in an ultimate quest to find the…

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