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Before anyone else tries to jump down my throat and put words in my mouth, a disclaimer. I am not trying to conjecture or find coorelation, causation, relation, or any such thing. I am simply curious for a specific demographic.
mononoaware mononoaware 26-30, M 12 Answers Nov 29, 2012 in Religion

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I'm sorry, how is this question relevant to anything? Just because God is a male, we're supposed to worship men? I don't think so, and that's not even comparable. Comparing man to God is like comparing sardines to chocolate cake.

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I never said any such thing. You're putting words in my mouth.

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This question is specifically aimed towards female feminists. If that wasn't your point, then care to elaborate what you meant by this question?

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Curiosity. Nothing more.

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Ahh..

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god doesn't have a gender .

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I don't worship anyone, real or imagined.

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I don't think the gender of a god is really a relevant question with regards to the feminist movement. It has nothing to do with religion; it's about what's fair.

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I don't intend to imply that they are related, coorelated, connected, or any such thing. I am only curious for a particular demographic.

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"God" is neither a deity or he or she! "God" is a "Devine Spirit"!

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Non existent.

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neither, i am an atheist..

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The ultimate creator of the universe isn't likely to have gender in my opinion. All earth species don't even have gender. It's important consider in our discussions of life and even god. The creator of human beings may not be the creator of everything. Many deities are not all powerful or singular in many religions. God, means so many things. I don't don't think that he, she, or it requires my worship personally. Nothing that powerful would require my worship..that's a human thing.

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But when you refer to said deity, do you say He/Him or She/Her?

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in English it's traditional to say He...but I don't really have much need to be gender specific. And just like with the term God.....it's often capital to specify that it's the one monotheistic god. Personally I don't think it matters... but it can matter grammatically.

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I understand the spirit of your question. It is my opinion that there is masculine energy and feminine energy, and it lives in everything with a life force. It emanates from the deity, which is composed of both feminine and masculine energy.

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Regardless of the balance of energy, do you call said deity She/Her or He/Him when referring to it, like in conversation?

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No; I usually use the word "it."

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No.

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