Deified Man or God?
The True Meaning of God

by John D. Evans

What I am about to proclaim, masses of men are not ready for, but the message remains the same: there is a significant difference between deified humanity and God. The world’s religions have been created, shaped, modified, and destroyed based on varying beliefs in personifications of God. We refuse to accept the notion that God is conceptual, an ideal, and, alone, represents perfection, excellence, omnipotence, and omniscience. Once the religions of the world understand the difference between deified man and God, we will become more tolerant and more prepared to seek global peace.

With the language, geographic, and cultural differences varying so greatly around the globe, there will never be one religion consisting of one faith, one belief system, one culture, or one common goal; however, oneness may be attained by a common belief in God – the essence of perfect goodness. For ages, the nations and people of the world have been, literally, up in arms over the name of God, the face of God, the Word of God, and the will of God when all God wants us to do is to inspire one another with love.

No longer shall the religions of the world preach and teach intolerance, as intolerance of other persons and their beliefs lead to discord. Whether we believe in God as force or as an idea, as a thinking wonder or not, as the Creator or as a concept – God is good. Regardless of our language, background, or personal beliefs, God represents the perfection and excellence that we all have access to. God is love, beauty, hope, peace, and joy. It is a contradiction to the meaning and purpose of God to fight over a name. We may or may not acknowledge and thank all of the world’s deified humanity, but we must remember the true meaning of God.

Deified Man or God? The True Meaning of God by John D. Evans

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