Nonjohn's Personal Definition of God


    "The body of God is the stuff of reality -- matter, energy, anti-matter, etc.. The mind of God is the 'consciousness' of reality.  The consciousness of God is the subjective experience that reality is having."

    "God is the supreme consciousness that results from the inclusion of all elements of reality. To the extent that reality is spatially or temporally infinite, God can be thought of as the consciousness that results when all dimensions approach infinity in all directions, much like a mathematical limit containing an infinite number of variables, each approaching infinite proportions."

    "Just as a neuron cannot be aware of the consciousness to which it contributes, we cannot be aware of the consciousness of God, to which we contribute.  God might or might not be aware of us."

-- Nonjohn

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