From time immemorial the human race has acknowledged, either consciously or unconsciously, the existence of some intelligence as compared with which it considered the human intellect to be nothing, and this acknowledgment has been a common feature of all shades of religious belief throughout history. Where these same religious beliefs have failed to achieve agreement, however, is in their efforts to ascertain the nature of that intelligence.
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