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We've been asking Eastbourne their big question for God.  Here are the results...

Click here to view the spreadsheet.

Suffering accounted for more responses than the next three questions combined.

Bible-y questions were few and far between (3.5%), science-y questions even less common (2.5%).

To be fair the most common response I got to the question was blank incomprehension.  Whatever God people might believe in, he's not to be bothered.  Perhaps it's a case of: let him rule his universe and I'll rule mine...

Anyway, if you're in Eastbourne come to the Winter Garden from 7:45pm and hear our efforts at an answer:


27th March: What are you really like?

Do you exist?
How do you fit with science?

28th March: What happens when we die?

Why should I believe?
What’s the meaning of life?

29th March: Why is the world full of suffering?

Can you make things better?
Where do I stand with you?


Do you exist?

Can you please give me long life?

Why do children die young?

Why am I here?

Can you please take me?

What is the point of us being here?

Would you pay off my mortgage?

Would you please give my grand-sons some employment?

What happens to us after we die?

Why do you make people ill?

What is the meaning of my life?

Why do good people die young?

Is the world going to end in 2012?

If you're from Eastbourne - tell us yours.

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