But don't we share in the attributes of God... like immortality? These aren't 'our' attributes they are the attributes given us by our participation 'with' and 'in' God Himself, right?
Maybe you think we become fully God? I thought we just share in his energies, not his person, and thus we will never be God!
Sorry Brother, I didn't know.
How could you?
Is it not true that what Christ has by nature we have through adoption? God's energies are 'really' God ontologically speaking right? God in Action so to speak?
Well there is a separation in a sense so as to account for how God could be a Creator without his creation being as old as he, and still not have him change. You'd have to read about the errors of Origen on this. Origen concluded that if God never changes, then he couldn't have moved from being one who potentially creates to one who actually created the universe (I believe it was Origen).
But maybe you feel we become part of his essence? This is the first I've ever heard of that theory of yours; because God in his essence is unknowable. But perhaps you believe we'll become as infinite and as powerful as God?