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Astronist panentheism

Published: 2nd August 2020

Citation: Astronist Institution. (2020). Astronist panentheism. Available: Last accessed: [date].


the theological position held by some Astronists that The Divine is greater than both The Cosmos and The Universe in addition to including and interpenetrating them.



The tradition of panentheism in Astronism stretches back to the Founding era in earliest works of Cometan, especially regarding his own personal conception of The Divine’s ability to interpenetrate The Universe and The Cosmos.

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