A short-lived, but querulous debate within the Church of Infinitiaty ended recently. You might be interested in hearing the details if, as a result of having absolutely no life whatsoever, you are suffering from a terminal case of boredom and are, therefore, looking for something—anything—to occupy your mind for a few minutes to stave off your lethal ennui, even if only briefly.
Here’s what happened.
Inga Dingbāht, an Infinitiaty Church franchisee and self-appointed reverend at the First Krāzi Most Holy Infinitian Church of God 9834, or FKMHICoG9834 for short, located in Krāzi, Latvia, started the debate when she postulated that there were not an infinite number of Gods, as Infinitiaty now preaches, but rather one God with an infinite number of aspects. Her theory was that when a God created another God—as must be the case because nothing can exist without being created and only a God can create a God—the newly created “God” was not, in fact, materially a new God, but rather a new aspect of what she calls The Holy Infinity.