I Am a Panentheist

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    Made of the Divine

    Hi everyone! Well I guess I was a panenheist before I even knew the word. I was raised as a rather laid-back, non practicing Catholic and then became interested in different spiritual ways of thinking. Last year I tried to learn more about the Christian faith before actually...
    Anaeli Anaeli
    4 Responses May 5, 2009

    The Divine Mind

    Just thought I'd share a panentheistic meditative point concerning the Divine Mind. "The Divine Mind is like a perfect sphere, the circumference of which is nowhere, and the center everywhere - even at the center of our minds." If one where to concider the...
    StephenRichardWebb StephenRichardWebb
    2 Responses May 19, 2008

    Why I Am A Panentheist.

    I am a Panentheist. I no longer consider myself a Christian - at least by today's terms. No matter how we choose to define him, Jesus's message has been lost in his divinity. What that means is there was a movement to make him the sacrificial lamb who died for the sin of Adam and...
    Moonstone216 Moonstone216
    56-60, F
    4 Responses Sep 3, 2012

    A Rational Alternative To Religion

    I came to Panentheism through science after my (christianish) worldview crashed. When my worldview crashed, I was able to see how insane and dishonest my worldview had been. I was so disturbed by that, that I was intent on creating a new worldview that was fact-based. After...
    GailG3 GailG3
    61-65, F
    2 Responses Jan 21, 2012

    The Over-soul

    Hello Panentheists; I am what may be called a Christian, although I oppose the modern perception of Christianity. I would be called Christian purely based on my believes and Theology. I first found out I was a Panentheist a few weeks ago when I realised that God is all around us...
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    4 Responses Apr 4, 2008

    To me, it has almost always been clear

    that there cannot be transcendence without immanence (and the other way around) when it comes to god. God is everything, and god is in everything. God is the hot as well as the cold, the male as well as the female, and everything in between. We are going to see god and find to...
    3nth30s0mn14 3nth30s0mn14
    Feb 7, 2014

    The “everywhere-ness” Of God—god In All Things

    I consulted with my friend Jon Zuck, the only one of my current accquaintences to share with me his views panenthism.  One of the wildest aspects of mystical Christian thought seems to lie in the simple truth that "God is everywhere". And if God is in fact everywhere, then...
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    Feb 13, 2012

    Panentheist Vs Panthiesm

    "Panentheism (Greek pan which means "all," en which means "in," and theos which means "God") is the position that God is greater than the universe, that the universe is in God, that he permeates every part of nature, is part of nature, extends beyond nature, and is also...
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    Feb 11, 2012


    Tullian Tchividjian, Jesus+Nothing=EverythingARTICLE BY JARED OLIPHINT  JANUARY 2012 "Even before the book came out, Jesus + Nothing = Everything had the perfect formula for a popular book: a catchy title that "just sounds right" (p. 25), an author with an intriguingly...
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    Feb 12, 2012

    Some Rational Thoughts On Pantheism ...

    " Pantheism is the view that God is everything and everyone and that everyone and everything is God. Pantheism is similar to polytheism (the belief in many gods), but goes beyond polytheism to teach that everything is God. A tree is God, a rock is God, an animal is God, the sky...
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    1 Response Feb 6, 2012
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