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Originally posted by SpeakerofTruth
To me, God is essentially all that is. There is not a single particle in a physicists bubble chamber that is not a part of the body of God. There is not a single atom or particle that makes up a block of wood that is not within the body of God. There is not a single spirit that is not within the body of God.
There is not a singular idea that did not emerge from the mind of God before it manifested in the physical. Therefore, your idea is not necessarily wrong but it's not necessarily right either. You seem to be of the opinion that God is just an idea that has no literal existence, I think that's where you and I would tend to disagree.
I think our opinions on this matter may be parallel. If all matter is part of the body of God, and everything else is also part of God, then I believe we agree. This means the universe is god. A tree is part of the body of God, as is The Earth, as is this galaxy, so on and so forth. So the entirety of the universe would be the sum of all of God's parts. An accurate image of God is the universe in every spectrum with which it can be perceived.
Do you agree?