Walter E. Williams, Syndicated Columnist
In his book On Learned Ignorance, Nicholas of Cusa tells us that God is trinitarian. This God is 'one, equality, union.'(click) This trinitarian God was defined by Christianity with the Filioque Clause of the Nicene Creed. When I connected this trinitarian God to our universe logically, I found that the universe is created by God as 'many, inequalities, related' finite things.
Williams seems to recognizes the equality of God. But he does not recognize that the inequalities are related. These relations are known today as 'functional relations.'
In a nation under God, all inequalities are functionally related in the best way for all people . Today's income inequalities in America are personal rather than functional. Thus American inequalities are ungodly. It is clear that Williams has not found that the inequalities of people must be related functionally under God.