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Mormon apologists are quick to disassociate themselves with the magic/folklore aspect of their history. So much so, that in attempting to appeal to a more pragmatic line of religiosity, they will refer to their belief in the intangible as natural-supernatural in order to give the impression that 1) the supernatural is simply a higher, less obvious version of nature, and 2) they prefer to avoid the use of the word supernatural because of its link to superstition.