Well, I don't have a Christian concept of God. I understand the Christian concept and respect it, I love the history and allegory to be found in
scripture - canonized or not. But I'm not religious and through independent study, have come to vastly different conclusions than is normally
But from my perspective - the source of everything - the Divine Spark that moved creation into evolution - cannot be anthropomorphized. This is not to
say, God didn't create other intelligent beings besides man. That at one point in our history lived beside man, and interacted with man, and helped
to create us to be what we are today. I believe, Yahweh falls into one of those other creations that were intelligent, sentient creatures that was
created, by an even greater Divine Source. But I don't believe Yahweh is god himself. In his part in helping create us though, I do think he felt he
was exalted above man.
So when these beings that are not human were among us on the earth - we deified them, as they were more knowledgeable and different from ourselves.
And they had a role in our genetic creation. Then one of these beings said, this is my world. I can do it better than any of you, (all the other
'deities' that existed alongside the one who took over) and I'm going to be top dog and all these lesser beings will worship and exalt me, and any
that won't, will die by my wrath.
People are still dying by his wrath, to this very day, in religious war. After all, Yahweh is the head of all three Abrahmic book religions. Blood
must appease his anger, eh? Or maybe, just maybe, it's necessary to be split, us humans, so that he remains in power? Divide and conquer??
Now to the question. Does 'God' interact with it's creation? I think we are immersed in God, so I'd say, we are blindly adrift within' God, not
knowing our own divinity in this state of existence. So, I'd say we interact within God, and cannot be, being, without Her. We were never separated,
we were just made to forget the true nature of being
I hope that made sense to some.