God complex

Redford model
An overview of the "god complex, in the so-called Redford deconversion model, a 7-nodal point belief system of the mind model of the "God Concept", according to which belief in God is not one belief by a interlinked network of seven main belief aspects: morality, personal relationship, other Christians, prayer, creation, logical arguments, all centered around the Bible, and that before religious deconversion to a new belief system can accrue, three or more belief system nodal points have to come come under attack in regards to question of validity.
In models, god complex or "god concept" refers to the structured belief in the existence of a divine and or supernatural entity (i.e. god), in the mind of a believer, which conceptually exists in the form of a seven nodal point belief system (or belief state), comprised of the nodes or fortification points of: (a) the religious text (e.g. Bible, Quran, etc.), surrounded by (b) the creation model, (c) prayer, (d) other believers, (e) personal relationship (e.g. personal god), (f) morality system, and (g) logical arguments (e.g. that it is illogical, according to Greek atomic theory atheism, or Dawkins atheism, etc., that things formed by chance).

Deconversion
To deconvert, i.e. deconversion, the mind of one whose belief in god, according to Christopher Redford, is in the form of a seven-point nodal structured "god concept" or "god complex", at least 4 of the seven nodal points have to come under attack.

In more detail, according to the so-called "Redford deconversion model, or “Redford belief system model” refers to the 7-point nodal structure, held in the mind, by typical Abrahamic religious adherents, specifically the mind of American Christian-turned-atheist Christopher Redford, in regards to the so-called “God concept”, a mental connectivity of the points: morality, personal relationship, other Christians, prayer, creation, logical arguments, all centered around the Bible, interconnected together into a belief in the existence of god:

The God Concept (Redford)

according to which, for deconversion into atheism to accrue, four of the seven nodal belief points have to come under susceptible attack, and eventually fall, and that this processes, if it accrues, tends to take about 3-years to happen.

Etymology
The Redford deconversion model was outlined in 2009 to 2012 by American computer scientist Christopher Redford, via a 22-part video series, which goes into retrospect detail the transition from a door-to-door recruiting Bible-thumping Christian to an evidence-based atheist.

Sometime in 2013 and 2014, Libb Thims began citing the "nodal structure" aspect of the model in and around Hmolpedia.

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