My question: Is there any 'religion' that does accept the ambiguity of providing no characterization at all to 'it'? (its hard to even pick a word for it without implying some characterization)?A Buddhist I heard spoke of "An uncreated creator of creation" as a way to explain a "god" who was not in turn created by some earlier event or thing. Ane then went on to say since we can know nothing about this uncreated creator of creation, we shall just not concern ourselves with it and go on from there. Seems like an interesting way to put it.Ted (who was recently in Thailand and found it all very interesting)
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