Originally Posted by VinceG
I would go back and dig up Hawkins' quotes concerning God, but I really don't think the effort would be worth it. Suffice it to say, I find it intriguing that you managed to get away from Hawkins not only preserving your atheism, but further, creating the belief that Hawkins was an atheist too!
At any rate, I think we've exhausted the possibilities of this conversation.
No 'enlightened' teacher holds any belief or 'ism' to be ultimately true, which is really the point of talking about context.
From "I" p.163
"God is the ultimate context in which the universe and all existence is the content."
"God is the radical Subjectivity of Self Realization"