Just a belief. I'm not interested in putting on airs. Who said it was everywhere alive? I didn't. Maybe you should reread some of my posts. It can exist everywhere while not being alive everywhere, as "alive" usually denotes biological organisms, which are obviously not everywhere. Who said anything about "influence"? The mechanism is not influence, it is the humans themselves. No, I didn't. How do you propose human activity creates or manifests anything supernaturally? I can't help it if you insist on a straw man that, what, it performs miracles. Since the concept of God definitely exists, the idea that it contradicts its own natural laws would make the concept, at least, self-contradictory. If God created life, how could God have already been alive, in the same sense? Maybe you should start by defining what you mean by life. Something other than biological organisms? You have the conscious experience of being alive, but your thumb does not. Your thumb is alive, but there is a difference. Again, perhaps you should define what you mean by "alive". Again, it affects other things through humans, which do give off radiation. You have yet to ask about the logic of traits like omniscience, omnipotence, etc.. And you've yet to suggest any logical inconsistency or contradiction in anything I've already told you. Can't defend what I haven't heard objections to.