There is no reason a person who believes in a personal God should not participate in multivalent services. The language of a multivalent service is harmonious with belief in a personal God as it is with other theological concepts. It is true that a participant in a multivalent service is called upon to be more active and creative than a participant in a conventional dogmatic theistic service. The participant in a multivalent service uses the words and music of the service as a vehicle to create a private internal experience that is personally valid and authentic.