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[5] For the man who denies that god is a spirit permeating all things, assuredly asserts that the epithet “divine” is falsely applied to his nature, like Epicurus, who gives him a human form and makes him reside in the intermundane space. While both use the same term god, both have to employ conjecture to decide which of the two meanings is consistent with fact.

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