How 'hands-on' is God?

Does he or doesn't he?

And if so, how much? And why? And where?

Does God send the tsunamis? Help folks find lost keys? Clear up the skies for a wedding reception?

The amount and degree of God's intervention in the world may be the oldest theological debate. And today, more than ever, people wonder -- and worry -- about the answers.

On one end are those who believe in "God the watch maker" -- that Deity created the world, wound it up and now simply watches it run.

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