Came across this today while reading r/Atheism on Reddit (for non-Redditors, the Atheism sub-Reddit has a lot of people who're kindred spirits to Atheists, New Age'rs included). It's a quote by Frank Lloyd Wright.
I wanted to post it because I think it's the most effective, concise description of I've ever read of my Wiccan spirituality, and lends itself well to a lot of the other followings under the umbrella of neo-Paganism as well. And I think it also gives a clear pictorial of how people like us can believe in God, but disavow the Abrahamic notion of the man in the sky.
Thought this would be a good offshoot of the Earth's age thread- I felt as if the direction of the thread was making me come off as an atheist, which could hardly be further from the truth. I felt it was implying the competing notions of god to be binary (Abrahamic and non-existant), whereas the world has a much more diverse collection of notions about this. I thought that this could be a good launching point for what the nature of god is, pun not intended, for those of us who believe.
I also found it interesting FLW referred to god as "it" ... and in the lowercase at that.