Conceptualism's  Creed
        and, a few comments . . .

First and foremost: Conceptualism is theology.

Its god is a singularity . . . Infinity.

All concepts defined as singularities are equivalent and congruent.

There are many terms for Infinity; Conceptualism defines Oneness as such a term.  Oneness has had many previously acquired, favorable connotations before its use within Conceptualism; such as: Oneness implies a singularity; Conceptualism emphasizes that Oneness is without any anthropic connotations.  Also, Oneness is a propos because the term has previously acquired much universal appeal, within most all existing religions, that relates closely to its meaning within Conceptualism.

The precise definition of Oneness is: that which creates everything that exists; or, that from which that which is created manifests.  Oneness, being defined as entirely without any anthropic manifestations, must not be considered to create, in the usual manner "with intent" or "with design."  Intent and design are anthropic qualities; In fact, human beings are the most complex, known, form of evolution, while Oneness is, by definition, the simplest concept; and, therefore, is at the very beginning of evolution; while, human beings are the most complex known form of evolution that is diametrically opposed from the beginning.

Nothing is less equational than god and man.

Conceptualism is a thinking manís religion.

Conceptualism fully embraces Intelligent Inquiry; its goal is to continually reduce faith from the minuscule that Conceptualism currently requires.  Faith is defined as: that which is not understandable within the confines of Intelligent Inquiry.

The faith of Conceptualism currently concerns: 1.) a definition of Infinity; and the concepts that: 2.) there is motion; and, 3.) that said motion can stop.

Motion defines Reality.

Conceptualismís faith is referred to as the Unified Concept.  A study of the inherent mathematical properties of the Unified Concept discloses the fundamental concepts of the disciplines of mathematics and physics.  In general, the salient properties of the Unified Concept, a particular motion, are reflected within the Brunardot Theorem and the sequences of the Brunardot Series.  Thus, Conceptualism is an anthropic innovation, that is not metaphysically revealed, that is related to the mathematics and physics derived from the seminal motion of the Unified Concept.

Conceptualism's theology differs from most all other religions in that it does not require, nor should it have, a hierarchy of practitioners; or, any other promulgated, organizational structure.  A strong component of Intelligent Inquiry, which is the supporting logic of Conceptualism, is Individualism.

Conceptualism is a private matter between an individual and their minimal, required faith.  Conceptualism recognizes that no person can stand between an individual and their faith.

Conceptualism is the antithesis of proselytizing.  Each person must arrive at an acceptance of Conceptualism through personal introspection and understanding without any pressures from without said person other than that which may assist personal insight and lead to a freely accepted choice.

The god of Conceptualism is intended to attenuate and enervate atheism and all the gods of mystic worship.

The goals of Conceptualism, for sentient beings, are: 1.) to provide an understanding, or rationalization, of the environment of Reality that is consistent with Intelligent Inquiry that can be easily understood by everyone; 2.) to reduce debilitating, subconscious doubt concerning the metaphysical . . . both religious and secular; and, 3.) to mitigate the divisiveness of society that is promulgated by competing faiths that are dependent upon mythical beliefs of creation and, or, other massive irrationalities.