A return to religious roots. You are challenged to step up to a new understanding of God. An understanding that has a lot to do with our being failure prone humans, and a lot more to do with our being a part of God's Plan, as God shows it to us. Human beings look to God for ways to give meaning to their lives. Whatever God humans worship, there are concerns common to every social group: their relationship to God, community, family and the "good life." Every group developed links from their God and His attributes, to rules for familial, clan, and tribal behaviors and religious practices. These rules are usually consistent with the theology derived from the attribution of concerns of their God as being human. This book asks you to take one extra step. Consider God as not being human. God does not have human concerns.