Subject: “Do You Believe in God?” (National Post question) 

Deadline for response:  9:00 a.m. (Pacific Daylight Time) on Thursday, April 2, 2015.

The National Post (one of Canada’s major newspapers) is asking for feedback on the question “Do You Believe in God? (Why or why not?“)
Here’s a great opportunity for you, your friends, your family, your apologetics students and everyone to say what you think! (And why!)  – Richard Peachey
Maximum 100 words.
Email your response to:  before 9:00 a.m. Thursday!
In case you might be interested . . . here’s what I emailed to the National Post a few minutes ago:
I was converted from atheism to Christianity by Jesus’s historical resurrection from the dead, which vindicates his claim that he himself was God. Here’s an ‘ABCD’ of other arguments for God that I appreciate: (A) Anthropological Argument: Humans everywhere exhibit a moral nature and an impulse to reach out to something greater than ourselves. (B) Biblical Argument: Western culture’s foundational document is a library of amazingly harmonious books. (C) Cosmological Argument: The universe required a sufficient cause to bring it into existence. (D) Design Argument: Good engineering design is seen in living things generally, and in the human body especially.