The third thing to ask about God is, how understandable would he say he is? To Deists and most scholarly monotheists, the Spinozas and Aristotles out there, God is an important part of the magical or moral reality, he absolutely exists yet he is not understandable. He most likely couldn’t care less about us (why might he?), he is presumably not a man in the way we think about a man, and there would be no chance to get for us to discover him or speak with him in the event that he was.
Aristotle trusted, God was immaculate thus did the absolute best thing, which Aristotle accepted was speculation and on the grounds that God was the ideal scholar he just considered flawless contemplations and the main impeccable considerations were musings about the ideal thing which was himself. Aristotle’s God was completely overcome with considering himself, not an exceptionally affable person.
Jews and Muslims both trust in a God who is a man and has thoughts regarding us and what we ought to do, yet who is still not extremely amiable; he is know-about capable. By the term, know-about capable I mean he can be found out about, potentially even connected with however he is exceptionally hard to know as we probably am aware our relatives or even as we probably am aware lawmakers or superstars.
Clearly there is an exceptionally wide range of what people accept yet all in all, Jews put stock in a God who tends to them and guides them, now and again notwithstanding mediating for them however who fundamentally talks through the sacred writings and is a God to be dreaded not drawn closer softly.