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Panentheism Is Pantheism With Training Wheels!

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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on September 29, 2001 02:38:22 UTC

Harv,

Panentheism resolves a paradox within Pantheism, but it does so at the expense of arguability. Therefore no one can debate the belief itself, as it includes a God who may be larger than, and therefore beyond the realm of, deductive and inductive rationale.

However, as I have come to know you, I find it strange that you are a Panentheist. This belief relies upon the comfortable but illogical device we call nonfalsifiability, and I wonder if there's something about its proofs you know that I do not. I doubt you'd take the easy way out of subjecting your Pantheist beliefs to logic and philosophical criticism.

-LH

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