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Las Vegas Shooting Survivor: “I Was Agnostic – Now I’m A Believer”
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October 4 , 2017 / 0 Commentaries
 
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USA (Wednesday, October 4, 2017, Gaudium Press) In an interview with CNN, a survivor of the Las Vegas Strip mass shooting Taylor Benge recalled the harrowing events and heroic tales that occurred that night, along with how it impacted his faith.

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In the beginning of the interview, Taylor Benge recounted what transpired for him and his sister when the shooting began:

"My sister and I, we started running to the left and every time they shot, we took cover. My sister, being as noble as she, she actually threw herself on top of me and was saying, ‘I love you Taylor, I love you.' And I'll never forget that. I saw a bunch of people trying to help. Unfortunately, I also saw a lot of loved ones with their significant others holding them as they passed."

Towards the end of his interview, he told CNN that going into the concert he was agnostic, but leaving it he had full faith in God.

"I was agnostic going into that concert and I'm a firm believer in God now. Because there's no way that all of that happened and that I made it and I was blessed enough to still be here alive talking to you today."

Source UCatholic

 

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Las Vegas Shooting Survivor: “I Was Agnostic – Now I’m A Believer”

USA (Wednesday, October 4, 2017, Gaudium Press) In an interview with CNN, a survivor of the Las Vegas Strip mass shooting Taylor Benge recalled the harrowing events and heroic tales that occurred that night, along with how it impacted his faith.

Taylor.png

In the beginning of the interview, Taylor Benge recounted what transpired for him and his sister when the shooting began:

"My sister and I, we started running to the left and every time they shot, we took cover. My sister, being as noble as she, she actually threw herself on top of me and was saying, ‘I love you Taylor, I love you.' And I'll never forget that. I saw a bunch of people trying to help. Unfortunately, I also saw a lot of loved ones with their significant others holding them as they passed."

Towards the end of his interview, he told CNN that going into the concert he was agnostic, but leaving it he had full faith in God.

"I was agnostic going into that concert and I'm a firm believer in God now. Because there's no way that all of that happened and that I made it and I was blessed enough to still be here alive talking to you today."

Source UCatholic

 

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