Originally Posted by Beingist
I would suggest that this may happen simply because he uses the term, 'God' at all. I'll have to admit that Hawkins got me to question my own understanding of the term.
What I got from Hawkins is an understanding of the simple process of recontextualization, which includes the recontextualization of 'God', as content (i.e., what 'God' means) is surrendered for a greater awareness of context (i.e., what 'God' really is).
Sounds like you got pretty much the same thing I did out of Hawky. Not that he wasn't enjoyable, and I likely had some insights from his books, (can't recall) but his treatment of context was what stayed with me.