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Third principle of Judaism

Hi! I’m a non-Jew who is looking into conversion and while reading up on the 13 principles of the jewish faith- the third really raised a question in me.

“G-d is incorporeal”

Meaning G-d has no parts or no material body.

So my question is, would it be appropriate/inappropriate for someone to consider G-d gender less or open to interpretation.

I.E. someone considering G-d female or referring to them with she/her pronouns instead of the traditional he/him ones.

I hope this question doesn’t seem stupid/disrespectful!

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