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Power of Thought to Heal: An Ontology of Personal Faith (Doctoral
a Susainable Metaphysic of Faith (Paper and presentation given before the
Society for the Study of Metaphysical Religions)
Talk before Congregation B'nai Israel (Dec. 14, 2001)
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