I think he is referring to the "doctrine of divine simplicity" : 1.God is
without any spatial parts(the thesis of spatial simplicity) 2. God is without
any temporatl parts(the thesis of temporal simplicity) 3. God is without the
sort of metaphysical complexity which would be involved in his exemplifying
numerous different properties ontologically distinct from himseslf(the thesis of
property simplicity) This is the traditional Christian view derived from the
"perfect being theology,God is not a physical object,so he does not have
physical or spatial parts. This also the Orthodox Jewish view. versus
Anthromorphic doctrines of the Mormon church (Exalted man).
the Father of my Spirit and the essence of my mortal frame togeather with the
Holy Ghost brings emotions of all types to me. That Supreme Being has emotion
because he loves me so much that He sent his Son Jesus Christ to die for me and
attone for my sins.