Gender Neutral Terms Used in the book "God's Truth."
Updated: Nov 23, 2020
These five terms have been used to represent neutrality, in order to better clarify the gender neutrality of God and the equality of all souls created in gnes image.
Gne: replaces he or she as gender-neutral with a silent G, pronounced as Nee. Gnen: replaces him or her as gender-neutral with a silent G, pronounced as Nen. Gnes: replaces his or hers as gender-neutral with a silent G, pronounced as Nez. Gnether: replaces father or mother as gender-neutral with a silent G, pronounced as Nether. GN: is short for Gender Neutral.
God and I conversed about this topic several months before I received the terms above. It may be complicated becoming accustomed to them, yet to continue referring to God as being of the male gender doesn't reinforce gnes message of the equality of our souls. Upon reading the words inside, you may reach the same conclusion.
I've called God Father for a long time, so I told gnen it might take some time to adjust. Gne responded if I or anyone wishes to refer to gnen as Father or Mother, it's okay, as gne can manifest as either, the same as our souls do.
To read more regarding why this decision was made, see topic two of Chapter One, entitled "The Gender of God" inside God's Truth.
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