God is consciousness, thought made manifest, all loving, all knowing, eternal. This definition of God differs from the traditional theistic idea of God that argues that God is a supremely good being, creator of but separate from and independent of the world, omnipotent omniscient, eternal, and self-existent.
What does it mean that God is a supremely good being? Is it necessary to the idea of God to prove that he/she is? Who exactly decides whether good must nullify evil in order to be an expression of God? What does it mean that God is all powerful? The idea that God is supremely good and cannot do evil because he/she is supremely good supports the thesis that God is separate from and independent of the world.
People of the world do do evil as well as good. Does this make them separate from God? Yes it does according to the accepted thesis that God is supremely good and cannot do evil. However, if God is consciousness, and God is loving, the human population can be more on an equal basis with their experience of God depending on their individual levels of consciousness and not separate from it. The accepted fact that God is superior in all ways diminishes the human experience and creates a hierarchy, a separation. The example of which is witnessed in human experience today. How does this idea of superior goodness support the human experience?
A God of consciousness supports consciousness. When human beings are conscious they recognize that they have choices in all things and can act responsibly or not according to their choices. A God of unconditional love supports unconditional love. Loving without judgment includes all things right or wrong, bad or good. Thus separation ceases to exist when all things are acknowledged. This eliminates the conflict in the idea, an all powerful good God could not do evil. A God of thought made manifest supports creativity. A God all knowing supports knowledge and eliminates limitation. A God eternal supports the never ending cycle of life.