As stated earlier, in a polydoxy the Covenant of Freedom grants every person the ultimate right to determine the nature of her or his own belief. This includes the right to hold whatever views concerning the word God the person believes true. Accordingly, the position of Polydox Judaism regarding the word God is that the polydox community as a whole grants to its individual members the freedom to determine for themselves its meaning and use.
Of some significance here is the fact that the Jews in the course of their religious history have subscribed to a rich variety of different and conflicting views regarding the word God. The views of Jews have ranged from monotheism to pantheism and from panentheism to agnosticism. It is only in a polydoxy, where theological freedom prevails, that all the God views Jews have held are acceptable and can be presented for consideration to the community.