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Unit 2/Proclamation

Searching for our origins

The desire for an understanding of our origins spans across science, religion, art, and the human condition, but why are we so curious about where we come from?

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The desire of the human heart

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What our desires tell us about God

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The desire for God is written on the human heart

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