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originally posted by: Abednego
God is subjective in the sense that we cannot adequately describe Him. That is one of the many reasons there are so many religions.
The lack of a satisfactorily description of God.
how you come to this conclusion is a miracle, or is it your irrational concept of god talking?
So, I usually believe that for there to be an objective moral right/wrong, and we have a moral "duty" to humans and animals, and not all situational, then there must be a god.
God is not only subjective but also objective. Everything is God. There is nothing but God.
bb23108: I agree that everything is a modification of the Divine Reality, but that Reality is not a Creator-God. The idea of a Creator-God tends to imply a duality between creator and created. Those are mental concepts and perhaps are useful for communication at times, but in this case, when people hear the idea of a Creator, they immediately objectify that one over against themselves and others.
bb23108: This objectification, caused by the assumption of a knowing separate subject, is the root of the illusion of self, and what keeps us from fully recognizing our actual non-separation from the Divine Reality.