Sabio Lantz posted a graphic asking how big your deity is, with a continuum running from abstraction to judge.
I would have had the continuum running the other way.
The sort of deity that is anthropomorphized and reflects our worst traits, looking to inflict suffering on people who fail to sing his praises (literally or metaphorically), seems to me the smallest.
The sort of deity who is beyond concepts, beyond comprehension, beyond anything we can hope to imagine or describe, may seem abstract, but is surely nevertheless far greater. Isn’t that, after all, the point of thinking of God in such terms, to emphasize that whatever God is like, it is beyond anything we can imagine?
What do you think? Which (concept of) God is smaller/bigger? Is such language even helpful?