Respondents affirm that they believe in God. However, when asked whether he is personal or impersonal, contradictory and questionable answers are given. Not only do respondents have different opinions among themselves, but the question seems difficult to already out for everyone. A respondent likens god to a supervisor or teacher. "If you say that you finish and become an angel then, for example, I think it is like the angel's boss in some way, who constantly teaches everyone around him about love." The same respondent continues, however: "But it's just a force so that somehow… They say you have God in you. He's everywhere, so maybe he's not a man, but there's some power everywhere."
There is a consensus that God, whether personal or impersonal, has a vast extent. Life itself can be said to be this God. Everything is part of this system, everything and everyone is part of the same deity's body. The universe is a single living being, where physical reality constitutes the physical side of God. With his soul or mind, the individual is a part of this god. This larger, orderly instance of existence is called: "Universe", "Power of God", "A strong energy of God", "Pure Love", "A loving force", "The Great System of Life", "Something", "Cosmos", "A Higher Consciousness", "An Energy", "The Universe" and "Light".
God is neither evil nor good: "So there is no good and evil, there is no such duality, for God is everything, even evil, so to speak. So we are the only ones who look at evil as evil, because that contradiction is not in God," said one respondent. A personal or even parental care meets the individual rather through, for example, guardian angels and invisible guides. The planet is a living organism: Mother Earth. Even visitors from other planets keep a close eye on us, for they humanity is in its teenage years and we are therefore placed in a kind of "quarantine".
Granqvist (2014) has found differences in the image of God between believers and new believers. The former have access to a "safe haven" or a perception of someone who is greater and more wise than themselves to turn to, while the latter seem to lack this. Perhaps it can be said that the new god is attributed to certain allocative and constitutional qualities, but virtually no vertical ones? The fact that God is not accorded personality or power in the usual sense may also entail a freedom for the individual to live out certain fantasies that traditional religion has used to inhibit. However, Arlebrand (1992) claims that there is a missing object behind the new search. This search has degenerated into "spiritual materialism and consumerism. Without contact with God, man is forced to fall into the worship of himself and his personal needs. Man seeks not "anything", but "someone". 224f).