4. Types of god

A: GOD UNDERSTOOD AS A SYNONYM FOR NATURE, THE UNIVERSE OR THE LAWS THAT GOVERN THE UNIVERSE, A GOD THAT DOES NOT SATISFY EMOTIONALLY, SO, AS CARL SAGAN SAID, IT DOES NOT MAKE MUCH SENSE, FOR EXAMPLE, TO PRAY TO THE LAW OF UNIVERSAL GRAVITATION.

B: GOD WITH SUPERNATURAL, OMNIPOTENT INTELLIGENCE, WHOSE TASK, HOWEVER, IS LIMITED TO ESTABLISHING THE LAWS THAT GOVERN THE UNIVERSE HE CREATED, A GOD WHO NEVER INTERVENES AND CERTAINLY, TAKES NO INTEREST IN HUMAN AFFAIRS.

C: GOD WITH SUPERNATURAL INTELLIGENCE, OMNIPOTENT, GOOD AND MERCIFUL, WHO, IN ADDITION TO HAVING ORIGINALLY CREATED THE UNIVERSE, CONTINUES TO OVERSEE AND INFLUENCE THE SUBSEQUENT EVENTS OF HIS OWN CREATION, THUS: HEARS PRAYERS, FORGIVES OR PUNISHES SINS, INTERVENES IN THE WORLD BY PERFORMING MIRACLES, CARES ABOUT GOOD OR BAD DEEDS AND KNOWS WHEN THEY ARE DONE (OR EVEN JUST THOUGHT ABOUT).