http://www.npr.org/2011/04/28/135812706/witness-recalls-deadly-tusc...

 

I heard this guy on NPR, and I feel like all things aside the guy is reasonable. I mean, I do feel iffy about the part about him saying if he lost a son his faith wouldn't waver but then he didn't explicitly say anything crediting god with proactively saving his son so I feel that most of what he said was just an important part of the story and not plug for religion, and I don't feel that he is being all that intrusive about it. Though it seems the guy hinted at miraculousness in the story, it seems it was a small hint and wouldn't warrant the "you think you had a miracle when so many people died" sort of thing.

I would like a second, or third, or fiftieth opinion. He just doesn't seem like the type of person I would want to argue with cause, again I don't find him intrusive, just saying what happened. What do you guys think?

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