I have no idea what tag to add. I never believed in God. I went to Church for the fun of it but was also confused. However, I did my own abstract thinking and believe that the ideas I'm conceiving of might be similar to what Christanity is teaching formed independently.
I know there are proof systems of pure number theory where induction is not a meaningful statement but rather a rule of inference. The proof system has no statements about subsets of natural numbers such as the statement that for every subset of the natural numbers that contains 0 and contains the successor of every natural number it contains, contains all natural numbers. Rather, its deductive rules once you show that 0 has a specific property the system can describe and you show that for every natural number that has that property, its successor has that property lets you deduce that all natural numbers have that property. I think that similarly, we could define God as the idea of seeing everything through the method of thinking you have right then. Then God would be a rule of inference rather than a theory to think in. My question is
Can God be defined as the idea of seeing everything through the method of thinking right then?
I literally want just a yes or a no as the answer and don't need an explanation. Otherwise, nobody is going to know how to answer the question in a way I can understand. There's no point asking a question if they can't provide an answer that will satisfy me.
Update: right after writing what I just wrote before this, I read the review. However, as somebody who found what they were actually saying at Church far too confusing and took in almost none of it and never bothered to do my own study of it, I could not tell at all for any of the questions that popped up in the review by reading the title of the question whether it would be a similar question to this or not.