God: He, She, It?

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We humans cast everything in molds patterned after ourselves. It’s not necessarily hubris. We simply know what it’s like to be us and not what it’s like to be, say, a mosquito. That’s why, throughout history, we’ve attributed near-human levels of intelligence, emotion, and creativity to everything around us, so much so that we have a word for it…

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Dale E. Lehman

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Award-winning author of mysteries, science fiction, humor, and more. Get “The Fibonacci Murders” free: https://www.daleelehman.com/free-ebook-offer.

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