What Is Prime Reality?

In my view, God is the prime reality. It is through God's will that we can comprehend metaphysics, which deals with the nature of reality.

Prime reality, according to some philosophical and religious theories, is the ultimate reality or origin from which everything else arises. It is believed to be the answer to the fundamental questions of life. One of these questions is whether God is the prime reality. Is God the source of everything, including the universe itself?

In my view, God is the prime reality. God is believed to be omnipotent, which means that he has unlimited power; omnipresent, which means that he is present everywhere; omnibenevolent, which means that he is perfectly good; and omniscient, which means that he is all-knowing.

Some argue that mathematics precedes God, but I believe that God created mathematics, logic, and the mind itself, which can perceive concepts like mathematics and philosophy. It is through God's will that we can comprehend metaphysics, which deals with the nature of reality.

In Gnosticism, a religious movement that emerged in the early Christian era, God is at the top of the Pleroma, which is the spiritual realm. He is referred to as the Monad, which means "the one."

He is the same as God the Father in Christianity, and he is believed to be ineffable and beyond the imagination of the human mind. Therefore, God the Father is considered the prime reality, the ultimate source of all existence.