Ya'll fancy that God is this, God is that, etc. I've spent years with real spiritual people - the secaret they've given me - is this: God is neither woman, nor a man: God is in the middle gender: an eunuch.
I doubt that those "real spiritual people" have made an inspection of God and determined it is a eunuch. Nor do I believe they asked and got that answer.
Given that man was created in His image, it becomes a little hard to understand how that image transformed from one without genitals to one with genitals, especially as half the population has genitals far different from what a eunuch once had.
A far more reasonable explanation would be that God is a hermaphrodite, with both sexes being present but only one being used as a model for half the human species and the other used as the model for the other half.
Besides, God had a son - something not possible for a eunuch.
Well, the formation of the human mind is sort of the kernel here. If God has a mind, the question arises: what kind of mind? Does the mind have a gender, or not?
We observe in nature that the higher one ascends the hierarchy of living beings - the more prominent the gender of the mind becomes. If God be the highest point in this hierarchy - we face the unavoidable dilemma: Does God have a mind or not?
You only observe that if you define what higher means to make it work that way. For instance, the most common organism on earth, by a factor of many millions, has no gender - as the most common is it not the "highest"?
But that's an interesting question - does God (presumably the Christian god, not one that actually interacted and spoke with people) have a mind? Without direct interaction how would we know?
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