“Naming God to be formless, would mean of Him to not be lustful, not wanting of punishment to others, and not acting as any other human who would grin at the sight of ‘well-deserved’ vengeance.
All pleasure is felt of a human in the form. If such is the case, then God cannot punish. For if He possesses no form, then God is merely a head, the head, being what love is. If one denies this, then why is the infant meant to be born head-first? If we are ‘made in God’s image’, then we must show a sign to this upon our first moments.”– Modern Romanticism