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Will AI Believe in God?

I came across an interesting article recently on Gizmono (Link) titled “when superintelligent AI arrives, will religions try to convert it”, 
The key question seems to be simple at the first glance. The commonality among all different interviewees suggest that there is some kind of criteria the Strong AI has to pass to be qualify as human to be relevant to the religion. 
The complication comes in that different party seems to have different criteria, to summarize: If Strong AI has a soul?If Strong AI has a soul an spirit? And for the very fact that it is about AI and religion, let’s refer to Bible for the definition of spirit. 

What is the definition of Soul:  thespiritualpartofhumansregardedinitsmoral aspect ,oras
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