Who & what is god?
What does god want & why?
In unity theology, god is life, and everything in life. Also, god wants nothing, because god is and has everything that god could possibly want.
Separation theology does not support that idea of god.
Do you think that humanity would benefit from shifting their thinking from separation theology to unity theology?
If so, do you think that's even possible?
Who & what is god? I don't believe in personal gods at all, so to me 'God' is a concept created by humans. My belief is that the concept of God is equivalent to the Universe itself or forces of Nature and we are all a part of 'God' or Nature so to speak.
What does god want & why? Not anthropomorphic IMO, so it doesn't want anything. Completely impersonal.
It sounds like my views might be compatiable with unity theology. Although I enjoy debating points about religions, I am generally inclusive and pluralistic in my views. I find I have much in common with most non-theists and even some inclusive theists. I hope it's possible.
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