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A professor at Cornell University wrote this poem. I can’t decide if he were a disciple of Christ or an opponent.

What was our trust, we trust not;

What was our faith, we doubt.

Whether we must or must not,

We may debate about.

The soul perhaps is a gust of gas,

And wrong is a form of right.

But we know that energy equals mass

By the square of the speed of light.

What we have known, we know not;

What we have proved, abjure.

Life is a tangled bowknot,

But one thing still is sure.

Come, little lad; come, little lass;

Your docile creed recite.

We know that energy equals mass,

By the square of the speed of light.

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