The consciousness of a being/power “perfect in power, wisdom, and goodness who is worshiped as creator and ruler of the universe” and/or a “a Quantum energy and uniting force that is available to all in the form of Love”. A simple definition is inadequate which is why some traditions say “Un-nameable”.
The most common word, “God” is an English word based on a Germanic concept of “good”. When Jesus, or Muhammad, or Moses spoke about the divine they used the Aramaic word “alaha’, which means “oneness”, “the ALL”, “ultimate potential”, “breath of sacred unity”, or “the one with no opposite”.
A range of beliefs held by people who believe that “there must be something undefined beyond the material and that which can be known or can be proven”, but on the other hand do not necessarily accept or subscribe to the established belief system, dogma or view of the nature of a Deity offered by any particular religion.
A life stance of spirituality that takes issue with organized religion as the sole or most valuable means of furthering spiritual growth.