This book is based on the actual email communications between the writer and a sceptic who came across the author's website www.torquetalk.nl on the internet. He decided to write to the author to find out more about the author's convictions and motivation for his website and in particular whether the author had any hard evidence for what he believed to be true. He chose to stay anonymous throughout the communications that took place over a period of three to four weeks. Difficult, but very relevant questions were asked about the hard evidence for the existence of God.
The text was kept as accurate and true to the original emails as possible. Changes that were made were mainly to make the text more readable. Where it was felt necessary, sentences, paragraphs or questions were changed to make them more understandable and clearer to the reader. The author has also expanded on some of the answers as he revised the text and felt that more complete explanations could be helpful. Due to the nature of the correspondence, the responses to some of questions or statements do not always follow immediately but a paragraph or two later. It was kept as such to stay as true to the original correspondence as possible.
This book, "A key containing the answers to the examples in the sequel to intellectual arithmetic," by Warren Colburn, is a replication of a book originally published before 1829. It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible.
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