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Should we define the divine in anthropomorphic ways?

I was once asked, "Should we define the divine in anthropomorphic ways?" What are the advantages of defining the divine anthropomorphically? What are the risks of defining the divine anthropomorphically? Any response we would come up with would be predicated on one's worldview and understanding of the divine. Anyone seeking to "define" God, in the real sense of the word, will be sadly frustrated. To consider the words of Jordan B. Peterson may be helpful, "The absence of specific depiction, appropriate to inexplicable circumstance, does not alleviate the necessity of appropriate action -- even though the nature of that action cannot yet be specified. Meaning that the nature of the unknown, a

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