Cited by Lee Sonogan
Abstract by Oliver Li
This paper investigates some consequences of a mathematical understanding of infinity and connectedness for a panentheistic conception of God. Given the existence of God and an understanding of the world in terms of the finite, countable infinity, or uncountable infinity I argue, (a) that a panentheistic conception of God is supported given a mathematical understanding of the infinite, (b) that by applying the notion of uncountable infinity and the mathematical concept of connectedness a panentheistic God can be seen as unifying irrespective of whether the world includes a finite, countably infinite or an uncountably infinite number of entities.
Publication: Theology and Science (Peer-reviewed Journal)
Pub Date: 13 Apr, 2021 Doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/14746700.2021.1910915
Keywords: Panentheism, Understandings, Infinity, Connectedness
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