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Cross: Book knowledge

Letter to the editor
Letter to the editor

Tulasi Wilkinson referred to the great virtues of mankind — and there are many — but the 20th century and the millions of victims of mankind cause a pause to wonder at these great virtues.

Os Guiness claimed that virtue is dependent on faith. Wilkinson speaks of to “allow within ourselves all that has been created.” A step further would be to consider the creator.

Yes, there is a creator who has made himself known and desires that we, his creation, know him. The Gospel of John, written in maybe 85 A.D. declares who the creator is and how we can know him and have the faith that would improve the virtues of man to which Wilkinson refers.

The Gospel of John in the New Testament fills 40 pages of what mankind can know about faith and virtue.

Robert Cross

Fort Worth, Texas