As a result of their divine bloodline, eldritch godlings gain access to the powers and spells of a cleric domain. Once these domains are selected they cannot be changed. (While the player selects these domains, the godling character gains these as inherent powers with no choice or effort required). Lineage domains need not be the ones the godling’s divine parent grants to clerics—not all godlings have powers related to their parent’s realm of authority. The godling uses her class level for her effective cleric level. A godling uses her spellcasting attribute modifier (rather than her Wisdom modifier) to determine save DCs and uses/day of all her lineage domain powers.
A multiclass cleric/godling who has the same domain from both classes adds the two classes together when determining what granted powers and spells the character has and their effectiveness.
A player thought that the eldritch godling automatically gains all the cleric spells regardless which spell list he has.
If I say the eldritch godling takes the sorcerer list, then I'm seeing him gaining the domain spells as domain spells but they don't come into his spell list.
Now if he takes 1 level in cleric though the wording is outright confusing to me.
Does that mean if he is 1 level cleric and 19 level godling......he has access to ALL cleric spells like a 20 level cleric has and can cast them that way? OR does that mean all cleric spells that a 20 level cleric can cast he has as additional spells in his spell known spells list?
Or does that mean: He has the cleric spells of a 1st level cleric and casts them like a 20th level cleric would cast?