The spinning of christianity to the abomination we see in our culture today happened during the editing and then subsequently throughout history. it is a book of metaphors and much distortion placed around them to distort the meanings and create a separation between the majority of people and the parasites that control this reality. it keeps everyone confused and off the beaten track. By playing up on the notion that god is some kind of separate entity, this codes a fracture in the psychye. The fragmentation and separation of god as a separate entity took place in roughly the 1500's. Before this time, god was seen as a very different thing. God was everything and not separate from anything. The fragmentation also created a separation between spirituality and science.
"The panentheism of the Bible is quite different: it certainly presents God as relating to persons and thus "personal," but also as infinitely beyond personality. To communicate God's infinity, the Bible describes God in many non-personal images as well. Consider a few: Spirit,(Jn 4.24) Sun, (Mal 3:20) Word, (Jn 1:1) Rock, (1Cor 10:4) Fire, (Heb 12:29) Light, (1 Jn 1:5) Waters of Life, (Rev 21.1) Wisdom, (Pr 1.20) and Love. (1 Jn 4:8) Perhaps we should keep in mind that God's "person"-ality is also a metaphor, for (he? she? it? all pronouns fail when contemplating this magnificence!) is as infinitely beyond being a "person" in the traditional sense as the One who created light is beyond being light.
No view of God is larger than the panentheistic view. All other theisms (deism, theism, polytheism, animism, pantheism, atheism) are fragmented theologies compared to panentheism. This is the ground for an inexhaustible faith-that God is present right now, in every cell of our bodies, in every beat of our hearts, in every person, in every star, in every loving thought, birthing every particle of every atom of the entire Creation into a constant stream of existence, the invisible Nothing and Nowhere that brings forth Everything and Everywhere. God in all things and all things in God invites wonder, and wonder invites all to touch God."