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  • At the very least, this seems to imply some sort of Panentheism, which is the belief that God is contianed within and permeates all of the natural world, as if He were the "world soul."

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  • 'Panentheism' and the importance of distinguishing

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  • It is also worth noting the existence of 'Panentheism' and the importance of distinguishing it from Pantheism.

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  • I think process theology is supposed to be equivalent to something called Panentheism.

    2009 May - Telic Thoughts

  • One has to note that transcendence may not mean separated from the universe (as implied by Biblical creation), and so process theology is well beyond what might be called Panentheism; the better word in panpsychism.

    David Ray Griffin: IDist

  • Panentheism believes in some sort of God that incorporates all and everything.

    Atheists and Pantheists and Panentheists - Oh My!

  • Panentheism is just a way to not dissolve "god" altogether.

    Battlestar Galactica Finale: In The End God?

  • The book is separated into five sections: The Methods of Philosophy and Theology, Emergence, Panentheism, Divine Action, and the Theological Adventure Applied.

    Darren Iammarino - The Emergence of God

  • Panentheism changes the nature of the discussion, since "every action, since it takes place "within" the divine, represents an act of God in some sense" (p.211), and "the central insight of panentheism lies in the realization that the whole is not just the sum of all agents but, beyond that, also agent itself" (p.214).

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Hence, Pantheism or Panentheism, whatever you like.

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