panentheism


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panentheism

(ˌpænɛnˈθiːɪzəm; pænˈɛnθɪˌɪzəm)
n
(Theology) the belief that God is a part of the universe as well as transcending it

panentheism

the belief that the world is part, though not all of God. — panentheist, n.
See also: God and Gods
Translations
panenteisme
Panentheismus
panenteismi
panenteizm
超泛神論
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Rather it's more like panentheism, where God works in and through all things.
hasidic thought in regards to pantheism and panentheism, he concludes
It is evident that Rossiter is completely unaware of the distinction between pantheism and panentheism.
Finally, panentheism expresses that God is both within material reality and absolutely other than such earthly reality.
In what follows, I focus on this more consciously process- or systems-oriented line of thought with respect to the relation between the natural and the supernatural within three key Christians beliefs: the incarnation of God in Jesus Christ as the God-man, panentheism as a model for the God-world relationship, and what Saint Paul called the "new creation" in Christ (2 Cor 5:17, NAB, used throughout).
44) This being specified, Newton's later physics is more compatible with a panentheism, god being sort of the soul of the world, unfolding in the sensorium divinis.
In making his argument for the sacredness of the earth, Kureethadam moves dangerously close to panentheism by arguing for "God's in-dwelling presence in creation" (300).
22) He had been initiated by his uncle who, in the spirit of Hasidic panentheism, told him that God was everywhere.
If theopoetics had a metaphysics, panentheism would make the best fit.
In fact, many Orthodox thinkers heartily embrace pantheism's monotheistic cousin, panentheism.
Unified monism doesn't imply neutral monism, pantheism (one God substance), or panentheism (God in all).
However, because panentheism nudges towards animism--which has long been condemned by African scholars as an overreaction--the God proclaimed by missionary-oriented Akan Christians has lost an essential quality found in the traditional notion of the Supreme Being.