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A: This is actually an encoding problem: If you observe the PDF file in Word, you'll see that the lines are the same as in the first document. The difference is in the JPEG of the second document: the lines are more zoomed. You need to set the same settings in Illustrator as in Word. The settings are: File > Document Setup Paragraph Columns and Spacing Number of Lines Font This should be enough for making the text look like in the first document. , or even if they are correct. Indeed, many will hold that theism and naturalism are compatible in the sense that the theistic god is a natural entity, just as the naturalistic view of theism, i.e., that God exists in the sense that he is a natural entity, is compatible with naturalism. Let us look at this issue in greater detail. If theists say that God is “a natural entity”, what does that mean? I think that theists think that this is a distinction without a difference. It is theists who maintain that God is a natural entity and hence they have a different view than the naturalists, who simply maintain that God does not exist. But this is not correct. The naturalists simply say that God does not exist as a natural entity. This view has nothing to do with theism. Why then do theists say that God is a natural entity? They are simply confused. But then again, why are theists confused about the matter? They are. They are confused because they are like adolescents who have never heard of the concept of naturalism. They have never heard of the concept of naturalism before and so they do not know what it is. But, despite this confusion, let us continue. On the naturalistic view of theism, there are two main approaches. The first is the strong naturalistic view of theism, sometimes called the “hard naturalistic” view. According to this view, God is a natural entity. He is a natural entity in the same sense in which rocks and trees are natural entities. God is a natural entity because he exists as a natural entity. His existence is a natural entity. If God exists, he exists as a natural entity. The second approach is what I have called the “naturalistic” view of theism. On this view, God is a natural entity. But God






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