Yes, Virginia, there is a God

Created on Monday, 16 December 2013 10:31
Written by Norman Fulkerson

Gladdening the Heart of Childhood
Children therefore are able to see God when He is aptly symbolized in things that surround them, even Santa Claus. It is very likely that Virginia felt something similar to Paul when she sat on Santa’s lap. We can therefore understand how crushed she was to hear rumors he did not exist. Saying there is no Santa was the equivalent of telling her there was no “love, generosity and devotion.” It was to strip away the “imaginary envelope” and the “magnificent hidden truth” it contained.

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