The part I found interesting was the derision people were showering on the concept of a god being bound in any way, as though, just by a god being a god, he didn't have to follow rules. Wouldn't honesty and integrity to one's word be one of the most important characteristics of being a god? Without the power of truth behind one's words, where is the power of a god? One cannot be arbitrary or untrue of purpose in one's magick unless one expects that magick to go awry or fail completely; how much more so would that principle apply to divinity?
Anyway, this whole concept is still rattling around in my skull half-formed, and I wondered what other people thought.
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