I Believe in Spinoza’s God

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7 thoughts on “I Believe in Spinoza’s God

  1. There is a severe margin in the way God is perceived. After years of studying the bible and being open to other beliefs, it has become apparent to me that there is a this constant existence. An energy that is life itself. I think there is a fierce body of people who ostracise the notion of an all powerful God, to the extent that the parallels of from other beliefs, are disregarded. This unending life, that we see in nature, dying and rebirth, annually. Or the remnants, being transformed into something else, is the first key to grasping, Pantheism. As we ourselves are formed from stardust and will become part of the soil. The energy is never lost. Likewise, we see the significance of re-incarnation and what is outlined in the bible as leaving the flesh behind. This is understanding, that you are more than the form you are existing as in this present moment. These statements have come from both religious and scientific theories, which I will not specify, since the point isn’t to debate. It is merely to highlight that, there is no need to contain “God”, because God is in everything. Including us.

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    There is a severe margin in the way God is perceived. After years of studying the bible and being open to other beliefs, it has become apparent to me that there is a this constant existence. An energy that is life itself. I think there is a fierce body of people who ostracise the notion of an all powerful God, to the extent that the parallels of from other beliefs, are disregarded. This unending life, that we see in nature, dying and rebirth, annually. Or the remnants, being transformed into something else, is the first key to grasping, Pantheism. As we ourselves are formed from stardust and will become part of the soil. The energy is never lost. Likewise, we see the significance of re-incarnation and what is outlined in the bible as leaving the flesh behind. This is understanding, that you are more than the form you are existing as in this present moment. These statements have come from both religious and scientific theories, which I will not specify, since the point isn’t to debate. It is merely to highlight that, there is no need to contain “God”, because God is in everything. Including us.

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