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What Is Physical?

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Posted by Harvey on October 15, 2003 21:03:27 UTC

The effects of prayer are physical. The act is physical. And, the process by which a prayer is answered can be 'physical' depending on how you define it. If you mean 'physical' as in some kind of process that is based on chemical, or biological, or electroweak, or nuclear, or gravitational, etc, then the process cannot meet that particular definition of 'physical'. However, if we don't restrict the term to current known science, but rather extend its application to anything which belies the ultimate laws of the Universe, then the process that unlies prayer might be a physical phenomena in that sense.

It is possible you just don't like a legitimate facet to prayer?

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