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When God is dead anything is possible


Fyodor Dostoyevsky once observed: When God is dead anything is possible.

That is a potent statement but sadly, history confirms its truth. When God is dead, the fences of morality are easily plowed over.

I am reminded of a book written about the Holocaust and the men who carried out its murderous plan. Hauntingly titled Ordinary Men, the book conveys that these men were not the psychologically crazed brutes we would like to imagine, but men You see, when God is dead, anything is possible.

A man in his middle years once approached Ravi Zacharias after he had finished speaking and said, “If I told you all the horrible things I have done in my life you wouldn


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