Immanent Activity of God

Immanent Activity of God the pantheistical tenet that God does not exist outside of the world, as a free personal (transcendental) being, but inside of it as the highest unity of the world, because God cannot, according to it, be conceived of without the world. Saisset (Mod. Pantheism, 2, 91) thus sums it up:

"He (God) creates the world within himself, and thenceforth these is no separation of the Creator and the creature, for the creature is still the Creator considered in his eternal and necessary action." SEE PANTHEISM.

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