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Ed Heidegger wrote:

Hi, guys —

  • Is it possible that a violin was created by God?

The world's leading violin expert cannot identify a specific violin that I'm holding in my hands.

  • Is it possible that God created the actual violin object?


  { Since experts cannot identify this violin, is it possible that God created this actual object? }

Bob replied:

Hi, Ed —

Of course it's possible; it can never be proven however. There are many miraculous things we just don't have answers to. Some things God must have a lot of fun with because he keeps us guessing.

In a similar vein, there is a spiral staircase in a church in New Mexico that was built by an anonymous drifter for some nuns after they prayed for a miracle. It defies explanation but it is no illusion; it exists. Maybe he is God's carpenter and makes violins too, Heaven only knows.

You can read about it here:


Bob Kirby

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