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The Greatest Miracle in the World Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Discuss self-esteem. Do you think that mankind has low self-esteem? Do you think all mankind falls under this idea or only some? What about successful people? What about poor people?

Why does Simon think Darwin has affected mankind's self esteem? Do you think this is true? Is it possible that God is the root of good self-esteem? Why or why not? Are religious people happier than non-believers? Are people who believe in Darwin unhappy people?

What about Copernicus? Why would his discoveries cause people to become saddened? Does earth have to be the center of the universe for mankind to be happy? If earth is not the center of the universe does that imply that mankind is not a priority to God?

Does this book have religious undertones? Why or why not? Do you think discussion of God or belief in God is necessarily religious in nature...

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