I have learned that what I believe evolves over time. When I began to understand Georg Cantor, Alan Turing and what emergence from complexity says about enthropy, I was forced to believe in God. The question became what was Gods intention.

The Platonic account of Sophia, the desire to know the unknowable, is us when we think of God.  Alan Turing said,  "We can only see a short distance ahead, but we can see plenty there that needs to be done."   In this we are like the Demiurge, an architect building reality from a set of plans, thinking we are in control when in fact we are not capable of understanding this reality, or the complexity we call God.


Mary Moran 1973 essay

Creation, Gods, Goddesses, Lilith,

 Lilith, Mary, Sophia, Ishtar, Isis, Astarte or Aphrodite, Asherah, or Venus all represent the same. Rulers of the divine plaroma.

What is wrong with simply one God?

Valentinus, Irenaeus of Lyons

Kant, Schopenhauer, and the Problem of Evil



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