Why do you think of god in terms of one-ness, singularity, unique-ness, solitary...?
What if god is everyone and our only ability to conceive of such an entity is to remove it from ourselves and place it high above us with qualities we believe are beyond our reach?
What if we are all god?
Doesn't each religion claim a god or deity? Therefore wouldn't there be replication of gods or some kind of plurality according to which god was being worshipped.
Or do you believe that all religions finally meet in terms of worshipping a supreme being - and only the name is changed.
So what this is all about is a question about God.
If there is no occurrence of a single entity unlike any other that isn't just some mutation of an existing species, then why would there be a single unique god?
It just doesn't seem to make sense. And so I've been wondering about this conundrum and posed the question.
I'm after something that occurs naturally that there is only one of. Like say a Unicorn for example. A lot like a horse except it's not a horse at all and there is only one. Distinct and different than all others.