Thus, as McFague searches for "radically relational, immanental
, interdependent, and noninterventionist" (37) views of God's activity, the reader joins a complex dialogue that engages classical theological history from Augustine to Tillich.
Our spirituality is also immanental
and ecological: We experience the divine interwoven in every living thing at every level--in both human and nonhuman, in both biosphere and geosphere alike.
His readers would hence be "less likely to be impressed by claims to political authority and social coherence based on the notion of immanental
Gendler is, in effect, asserting a place for an immanental
religious tradition within Judaism.
For this purpose the polarities of height and depth have dominated, and these have reflected different ways of doing theology: the transcendental stance being slanted toward a theology where the deity is beyond human affairs; the immanental
stance being more oriented toward understanding a divine presence within the structures of finitude.
Taylor's contribution, "Immanental
and Prophetic: Shaping Reformed Theology for Late Twentieth-Century Struggle," suggests that God's sovereignty be recast so that divine transcendence is envisioned less as a matter of God's coming "down on" or "to" society, nature, and history in order to work redemption than as a matter of God's "arising from" and "within" society, nature, and history.
This dominant theological paradigm of British Christianity weaved together at least the following three themes, which impacted the objectives and dynamics of British imperialism in India: first, the immanental
presence of God, through the incarnation of Christ, into human history pervades all realms of life; thus the cosmic Christ unites all human beings in an invisible whole.
This theological journey and immanental
cosmology was further supported by my reading in non-reductive physicalism with its eschewing of dualism and its emphasis on the unity of the person.
Hall would say that this is the intuition that the immanental
world is becoming-itself, or what Hall calls Chaos.
Only that self which has come to terms with itself, authentically, by first disconnecting itself from others and so confining itself within the immanental
limits of an essentially reflective consciousness, is then in a position to brings its authentic self back into a being relation with others.
Kitagawa noted that, throughout history, the Japanese created and re-created religious worlds of meaning through different versions of an "immanental
theocracy," through "a synthesis of polity, religion, society, and culture." (1) The native kami cults were (and are) this-worldly in orientation, while the deities--anything but transcendent beings--also inhabit this world in mountains, rivers, trees, waterfalls, and other natural phenomena, as well as in material objects (bronze mirrors, swords, and so on).
I) reveals that Lord Visnu/ Krsna is everywhere and that His transcendental and immanental
play constitute the real truth.