Why is "God" written as "G-d" in some literature? What is the origin of this?

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It comes from an ancient Judaic practice. Jews believed that God is sacred and divine. It was disrespectful to say the name of God outside of the temple in Jerusalem. Of course, the divine name of God to the Jews is YHVH. The Hebrew language was a
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