Panentheism Without the Supernatural
On a Perichoretic Trinitarian Conception of Reality
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This article outlines and explores a panentheistic position within Christian theology, rooted in the incarnation and developed within a Trinitarian framework. It is argued that theology should leave notions of the supernatural behind when it comes to articulate the God world relationship. By partaking in creation, God reveals Godself as working with, in, and under nature. The Trinitarian model explored in the following endeavors, consequently, to move beyond the supernaturalism versus atheistic naturalism dichotomy that has shaped so much of the discussion concerning panentheism. Instead of employing this distinction, I argue that there are resources in thinking the relationship between God and the world in terms of perichoresis.