Would not God be rather a Sovereign?Ok so what are we describing as absolute?
A person. [God is a Person Absolute].
We souls in the material world are asteriks/footnotes in history.
The soul is seeking [birth after birth since time immemorial (the sanskrit term for endless cycle of re-birth is, samsara)] is a person to love [does that sound alien?].
That principle of seeking the beloved is an absolute truth behind the mystery of "Souls in the material world taking birth after birth".
BTW, the vedas of India explain, the souls that animate all the living life forms ---all preform the same 4 catagories of activities: *eat, sleep, mate & defend* ---these 4 goals are behind all the activities of all creatures in the material manifested cosmos, from the First Progenitor Demigods of the celetial Planetary systems far above the north star; to the worker ants at our feet.
"A Person" ---must seem so elememtary; it is.
Which came first? The Absolute Person or people, places & things?
Can you imagine that the mystery of life was always just a most simplistic 'Thing'? [Or rather, a Supreme Personality which we call Personage of Godhead Himself].
The typical telephone book is filled with all the avenues of activites, all done by persons for persons seeking more persons to do business for ---this is a shadow-clue of the state of existence beyond the temporary material affairs. Heaven by definition is where God is king thus, there is an 'economy' where the 'legal tender' revolves around pleasing God's Person.
That is an absolute proposition.
Then He is not a "Person" (mask/ [FONT="]Cestui que).
Perhaps this depends on which "God" in particular you are referring to.
But to call God a "Person" is to deal with a fictitious entity rather than God in fact who announced himself as I am that I am....no name....no "personage"....just a fact.