Tuesday, February 01, 2005

EVIDENCE OF GOD'S EXISTENCE - DeFoe's Crusoe enough!

Thanks to the Scotsman.com for the reminder ...


Today [1 February] in 1708, Alexander Selkirk, a sailor born at Lower Largo, Fife, was discovered on the island of Juan Fernandez, near Chile, where he had survived for four years after being abandoned by his ship. His story inspired Daniel Defoe to write Robinson Crusoe.

This reminded me of an illustration I used a number of years ago ... More Than a Footprint!

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