Definition of panentheism in English:

panentheism

noun

mass noun
  • The belief or doctrine that God is greater than the universe and includes and interpenetrates it.

    • ‘This view of God as existing in and giving life to all things is called panentheism.’
    • ‘Foundational to this claim is that religion needs to be understood in terms of naturalistic theism, or panentheism, rather than supernaturalism.’
    • ‘I do not believe in the panentheistic idea that the creation is within God as a present reality, but I do believe in panentheism as an eschatological destiny.’
    • ‘A corollary to panentheism is that God evolves as the universe evolves.’
    • ‘Clayton recommends panentheism as the means of avoiding pantheism's collapsing of the concepts of God and world, of preserving divine transcendence, and of understanding God as cause of all.’

Pronunciation

panentheism

/panˈɛnθiːɪz(ə)m/