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Posted by Harvey on August 10, 2001 22:27:58 UTC

Hi Aurino,

God has always been associated with an invisible and mysterious 'force' that created (or caused) and influences the direction of the universe in whole (or in part) cooperation with whatever exists to assist in this regard (e.g., angels, demons, laws, natural events, people, etc). I see the name 'God' as meaningful in that sense. Perhaps such a description would almost fit the bill for every theology that says God exists (including Einstein's Cosmic view of God).

Warm regards, Harv

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