Each believer seeking God on his own. Neoplatonism offered no savior god and demanded that each believer seek god on his own lessened its appeal. This influenced practically all theology, but the ordinary people were more interested in a savior god than in the rigorous spiritual exercises required for Platonic purification.

One of the most influential philosophers of the Roman Era, Plotinus, taught this doctrine of one God, infinite, unknowable, and unapproachable except through a mystical experience. Plontinus' God was the ultimate source of all things, physical and spiritual. Despite their mystical doctrine of monotheism, the Neoplatonists allowed a place in their system for the manifold deities of paganism, interpreted as symbols.
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