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Some people believe in God by what they say but reject Him by what they do. Others silence their conscience in order to flout the inborn godly moral constitution and proceed to deny God’s existence. Meanwhile, man is naturally conscious of God's existence. They put up a debate to explain Him away—an impossible fete.

“Mistake God Never Made” shows that God did not give mankind valid excuse to warrant his ignorance about God’s existence. The book confronts the burden of the origin as it fronts the hope of destiny. Where does the reader stand? Origin has to be explained; destiny has to be faced.

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