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UK gold medalist in the triple jump, Jonathon Edwards, long known for his wear-it-on-your-sleeve Christianity, has admitted to apostasy. Here is an article in The Times Online. It’s a good read. Here’s an out take:

Once you start asking yourself questions like, ‘How do I really know there is a God?’ you are already on the path to unbelief,” Edwards says. “During my documentary on St Paul, some experts raised the possibility that his spectacular conversion on the road to Damascus might have been caused by an epileptic fit. It made me realise that I had taken things for granted that were taught to me as a child without subjecting them to any kind of analysis. When you think about it rationally, it does seem incredibly improbable that there is a God.

At one point, Edwards refused to participate on Sundays, missing the 1991 World Championships in Tokyo. Now Mr. Edwards claims “I have never been happier.”

Comments

  1. #1 kemibe
    June 27, 2007

    “‘I never doubted my belief in God for a single moment until I retired from sport,’ [Edwards] says.”

    The conclusion is inescapable: Track and field causes God.

  2. #2 Bill from Dover
    June 27, 2007

    Track & field exists.
    Therefore God exist.
    The argument from competition.

    Add one more.

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