transcendence and immanence
piat1 at bellsouth.net
Tue Mar 19 03:58:40 EST 2002
Yes, this all rings true with me as well --I must be in an especially
harmonious mood -lol
> I agree with Karey. She wrote:
> <The transcendent God is the intangible, abstract God -- the God that is
> without us; the immanent God is within us, manifested in the physical
> world.I think one of Percy's points is that separately they're not good,
> must be integrated.>
> From a Christian perspectve, of course, the integration is found in the
> Incarnation--of God becoming man.
> David .
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