I talk about this idea quite a bit in my Z Theory.
The biblical story, as diversified as it is theologically, still presents, in my opinion, a unified idea that God emptied himself into Jesus, that Jesus left and sent the Spirit in his stead, and that the Spirit is now represented in the loving human collective.
It is like the waterfalls dream I had in which I knew that above the rim was an infinite source, yet it continually poured itself out over the rim to be made manifest in the waterfalls. The falls is the incarnation of the source that continually empties itself yet does not lose itself. The unknowable unknown is know the knowable known revealed, in the Christian narrative, in Christ. Christ then disseminates himself in the Spirit in the loving human collective. The water spreading out over the land is the diaspora, the integration of the source, now revealed, in all people. The human collective of love is the assimilation and application of the source for the benefit of all.
I suggest that much of religion, including Christianity, is preoccupied with preserving a theological paradigm that keeps us from fulfilling our duty and destiny as responsible, loving and equal human beings in the world.
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