Patheos offered a challenged to some “theobloggers” (I guess that would include me…) to try to describe God in 100 words or less. You can read more about their challenge here. I’m sure there will be some really great responses because there are some very cool folks who are also responding. While I’m sure that my beliefs will continue to be molded and changed by my experiences of life and ways in which I encounter God, this is where I’m at with God at this point in my journey:
The Triune God consists of God the Creator, God the Redeemer and God the Sustainer. Rather than existing in an hierarchical relationship together, the Triune God is a relational being – one which is dynamic and organic. The relationship is best described as that of a 3-person dance (perichoresis). The relationality between the members of the Triune God gives humanity one of its greatest clues to what being created in the imago dei truly means – to be in relationship with others and with God Godself.
You can read other responses here but feel free to contribute your own version of “Who/What is God?” in 100 words or less. You can do that on your own site, in the comments section here or at the Patheos site.