In 1978, mathematician Kurt Gödel died and left behind a long and complex theory based on modal logic.
Dr Gödel’s model uses mathematical equations that are extremely complicated, but the essence is that no greater power than G-d can be conceived, and if he or she is believed as a concept then he or she can exist in reality.
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Works for me.
And many of us have known this all along:
Of course, the followup question is going to be - is G-d male or female?
I think a reasonable answer is that G-d must be both. Isn't that the meaning of this passage in the Bible?
So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.
Genesis 1:27 KJV
I think this also means that man[kind] (or humanity, if that works better for you) has a dual nature and can only be "complete" when both aspects of that nature are unified. Ignoring one or making one subservient to the other thwarts that completeness.
For additional background, refer to this earlier blog post: