Need a miracle?
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In the April 11, 2006 issue of Woman's World magazine, an article appeared entitled "Need a Miracle?" It is a remarkable article in that it clearly shows the Christian belief that God will reach down out of heaven to answer the most trivial of prayers. The article describes a woman whose car stalls in a rain storm. She calls out, "God, Please help me!". According to the article, "Instantly, a nicely dressed man walked up to my car window." The man pushes her car to a service station and then vanishes into thin air.

Her conclusion? "Suddenly, I understood - my scarf's return and the helpful man had both been gifts of God!"

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by Marshall Brain


New York Times Coverage
WWGHA was
discussed in a
New York Times piece
by N. D. Kristof.
For a counter-point to Mr. Kristof, please see
Chapter 26.

Recommendation by Sam Harris
Sam Harris recommends WWGHA in his book Letter to a Christian Nation.

Endorsement by Richard Dawkins
In a New York Times Letter, Richard Dawkins calls WWGHA a "splendid Web site."


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