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Is there a God? If so, what is She like?

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Eodnhoj7
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With the absence of one God comes a replacement by another God. For example if God is replaced in a belief system by a humanist interpretation, man becomes the God.

God is an overarching term as a apex of power and control.

The phenomenon which people believe represents the totality or summation of being takes on the role of God.

God is an inherently empty term which equivocates to an infinite variety of things. This is considering one definition of God is "infinite".
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Eodnhoj7 wrote: Mon May 25, 2020 9:18 pm God is an inherently empty term which equivocates to an infinite variety of things. This is considering one definition of God is "infinite".
God cannot be defined although defining is God defining itself in a myriad of forms.

No defined form can define. For there is no definer separate from the defined.

Both definer and defined are one and the same infinite knowing in the instantaneous moment definition is known by the only knowing there is.

Knowingness cannot be defined, although defining is this immediate knowingness defining itself in myriad of ways and forms.

Eodnhoj7 wrote: Mon May 25, 2020 9:18 pmThe phenomenon which people believe represents the totality or summation of being takes on the role of God an inherently empty term which equivocates to an infinite variety of things.
Life as (human) being create an inner mental world,an elaborate story, in which there is nothing of significance.

God/being is tacit. God/knowingness is emptiness full of it's own imagined story.

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Eodnhoj7 wrote: Mon May 25, 2020 9:18 pm With the absence of one God comes a replacement by another God. For example if God is replaced in a belief system by a humanist interpretation, man becomes the God.

God is an overarching term as a apex of power and control.

The phenomenon which people believe represents the totality or summation of being takes on the role of God.

God is an inherently empty term which equivocates to an infinite variety of things. This is considering one definition of God is "infinite".
Congratulations! You figured it out. You win nothing at this game :)

In computer science we use imperative languages to precisely describe the control flow of software down to each and every minuscule change in the system.

That is what it means to "be in control" - every change is deliberate, intentional and precise.
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Skepdick wrote: Thu Jun 11, 2020 2:54 pm
Eodnhoj7 wrote: Mon May 25, 2020 9:18 pm With the absence of one God comes a replacement by another God. For example if God is replaced in a belief system by a humanist interpretation, man becomes the God.

God is an overarching term as a apex of power and control.

The phenomenon which people believe represents the totality or summation of being takes on the role of God.

God is an inherently empty term which equivocates to an infinite variety of things. This is considering one definition of God is "infinite".
Congratulations! You figured it out. You win nothing at this game :)

In computer science we use imperative languages to precisely describe the control flow of software down to each and every minuscule change in the system.

That is what it means to "be in control" - every change is deliberate, intentional and precise.
Control is the ability to change. God, as a term, is a term which acts as a median of change. This is part of the reason it is used so much.
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Eodnhoj7 wrote: Thu Jun 11, 2020 5:56 pm Control is the ability to change. God, as a term, is a term which acts as a median of change. This is part of the reason it is used so much.
Yea. Agents of/for change.

What is change? Blah blah etc etc.

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Skepdick wrote: Thu Jun 11, 2020 6:07 pm
Eodnhoj7 wrote: Thu Jun 11, 2020 5:56 pm Control is the ability to change. God, as a term, is a term which acts as a median of change. This is part of the reason it is used so much.
Yea. Agents of/for change.

What is change? Blah blah etc etc.

entropy
It is also negentropy as well. The inversion from one phenomenon into many and many into one requires the phenomenon as pivoting around a phenomenon which is intrinsically empty and void. This empty phenomenon acts as the potential phenomenon.

For example a "unicorn" breaks down into "horn" and "quadriped". "Horn" and "quadriped" in turn reconverge into "bull". One phenomenon breaks down and reconverges into another. It does so through a middle phenomenon, "mammal", which is intrinsically empty as left undefined unless another continuum of phenomenon is observed in order to define it.

This empty phenomenon acts as the underlying means of change from one phenomenon into another. This void phenomenon, as a means of change, is the potentiality of one phenomenon into another. Void is potentiality as potentiality is an unactualized state. Potentiality, as void, is a means of change from one phenomenon into another.
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