But he was forced to drop the lawsuit after doctors told him that , according to the . Shortly thereafter, Greene's failing vision forced him to quit his job as a taxi driver and he was left with the challenge of supporting himself and his wife of 33 years.
That's when Jessica Crye, a Christian woman who read about Greene's troubles in the paper, went to members of her church and asked if they would be willing to donate money to help Greene. They ended up , which left him "flabbergasted that Christians would help atheists," the reported at the time.
"There's been one lingering thought in the back of my head my entire life, and it's one thought that I've never been able to reconcile, and that is the vast difference between all the animals and us," .
He added later, "I kind of realized that the questions I [was] asking you just had to accept on faith without doubting every period and every comma."
Now Greene says he plans to use some of the money he received from good samaritans to move out of San Antonio and buy his wife her "dream" mobile home, according to the . He's also planning to write a that he's tentatively titled "The Real Christians of Henderson County."
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