Dinesh D'Souza is wrong about his own deity

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In his essay "God, Science and Immaterial Things," Dinesh D'Souza tries to dismiss a skeptic's disbelief in the supernatural deity, but errs when he states that "all the great religions, and certainly the Abrahamic ones, regard God as an immaterial spirit."

He might want to check these twelve bible verses: ten indicate that god has a corporeal body, whereas only two describe him as a spirit. D'Souza's god stands and walks; he has a face, hands, loins, and "back parts."

That doesn't sound very "immaterial" to me.

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