In my systems, it’s just an automatic synonym. God = Nature = Nature = God.

I believe our affinity to nature is because we’re a part of it.

I also don’t believe there is anything unnatural; even our very thoughts are natural, whatever they are, as they are the product of nature as well.


Am I using nature as a synonym for God?

In my systems, it’s just an automatic synonym. God = Nature = Nature = God.

For others, there’s a complicated bunch of theology and it gets a little strange.

I believe things happen. I believe we’re a part of things.

Accidental or deliberate? If Laws of Nature is synonymous with God is the equations (from a mathematical perspective), I have no problem with that.

But, such is word games.

So, I remain agnostic. I accept synonymous usage of words as equivalent-enough, but without exactitude and without the baggage attached.

Once the baggage is added (or implied by the reader), then I have to say, “No, that’s not what I mean”.

So, I stay agnostic.

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