From the Facebook group GodisOpen:
Rohan Holt I’ve heard that a Hindu view of a God can be that God both exists and does not exist, at the same time. If God is everything (as Hinduism maintains), God can have completely incompatible attributes; even incompatible with reality. Calvinism starts to appear like Hinduism at some points, e.g. how it can define the “omni” attributes of God. “All knowledge” cannot possibly include the knowledge of what it feels like to be totally ignorant.
There is definitely a link between Augustinianism/Calvinism and Platonism.
Likely there is also a big link between Plationism and Hinduism.
This might be the answer: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bardaisan
Ammonius Saccas was said to come from the East. Teacher of Plotinus.
Interesting! Thanks! :-)