"If God exists, he must be the most complex thing in the universe."
"Because the things in our experience that do the sort of things God is
said to do are complex. And God is said to do them vastly better. So he
must be vastly more complex."
"But what if part of being God
entails being able to do things vastly better and yet *not* be more
complex. What if part of being the Supreme Being is to *be* in such a
way one is all one is and can do all one can do without need of parts or systems or other elements of complexity?"
"Well, God would certainly have to be radically different from anything else in the universe."
"Because if we're talking about God and not something else, we're not
talking about something or someone *in* the universe, like a can of peas
or a Big Gulp or Jennifer Lawrence. So God would not be radically
different from anything *else* in the universe."
"Okay. God would have to be radically different from anything in the universe."