There are many different traditional (Religion 1.0,) or progressive (Religion 1.5,) ways of describing the various personal and non-personal "ultimate realities of existence” that humanity has used to described God, Buddha or similar concepts in its great religions.There are even concepts used by secular humanists to describe Ultimate Reality.All of these terms are listed farther below on this page as a master list of names for Ultimate Reality/God.
In the open source Religion 2.0 and Evolution Spirituality found at Universe Spirit, miracles that defy the natural laws are treated as a personal issue of subjective faith. Miracles may not be used as proof of spiritual authority or spiritual truth for anyone other than the individual experiencing the miracle even if the miracle has been subjected to rigorous scientific investigation. This is because even in the most rigorous of scientific investigation although the fact that an event has occurred might be ascertained with a high degree of certainty, why or what caused that event to occur is far harder to discern, especially when a spiritual cause is being assigned or attributed to that event.
Polarization in the global spiritual commons, the open source spirituality and the Religion 2.0 and Evolution Spirituality movements is avoided by the recognition that this is primarily a non-deficient learning universe. This primarily perspective of itself reduces false polarizaton. See New Universe Principles Part 2 for more on this appropriate universe "attitude."
Humanity’s vast heritage of spiritual wisdom is partial, evolving and, has its own appropriate time, way, place, and target audience to emerge for specific applications. In this movement our combined heritage of spiritual wisdom is appreciated in the context of ...
What if we were to understand the resurrection and ascension not as the bodily translation of some individuals to another world—a mythology no longer credible to us—but as the promise of God to be permanently present, ‘bodily’ present to us, in all places and times in our world? In what ways would we think of the relationship between God and the world were we to experiment with the metaphor of the Universe as God’s ‘body’, God’s palpable presence in all space and time?nike free run 5.0 fashion