“The God I believe in is not bound by time, space, or matter.”
This aligns perfectly with my conception where God is too great and amazing to be understood by the human brain. We often hear God described by the word “Perfect”. But that’s the thing. When we say perfect, we don’t say anything else. It is just what it is. Perfect. Not a perfect human. Not a perfect shape. Neither is it a perfect look. It simply is perfect. Everything at the same time. The concept of perfect itself is too complex and out of reach for the understanding of the human brain. You may say that it’s the easy way out of an argument but it’s still an undeniable fact. Some things simply cannot be explained.
And when we die… Time ceases to affect us. Our conscience ceases to control our physical bodies (matter). And as such, we cease to consume space. We cease to be affected by the three trinities.
Death still scares me. But that doesn’t mean I don’t believe. I’m not arrogant enough to admit that I understand the concept. In fact I believe I never will. I’m just honest enough to admit that I am still human. And I’m scared.