Symbiotic Panentheism : Issues & Answers : Religious

Singularity of God - Catholicism

If God is the whole of all, is omnipresent, than how is it possible, other through the process of ‘separation through inclusion’ (The War and Peace of a New Metaphysical Perception, Daniel J. Shepard, Global Academic Publications, Binghamton University SUNY, New York. 2002), to account for the existence of unique souls being located ‘within’ a omnipresent God if God is not composed of parts?

God is not made of parts.
(Father Mueller, Sacred Heart Seminary, 5/21/03, Detroit, Michigan)

Perhaps the most significant perception I drew from the meeting between Father Mueller and myself was the statement that Catholicism would have difficulty accepting symbiotic panentheism since it implies that God is composed of parts.

The perception of God being composed of parts is, however, far from the truth revealed by symbiotic panentheism. Pan-theism as well as the passive state of pure pan-en-theism as opposed to symbiotic pan-en-theism purport that God, is composed of parts.

Symbiotic panentheism provides the understanding that God is omnipresent, omnipotent, and omniscient and as such God is the ‘the ultimate’ form of singularity regarding omniscience, omnipotence, and omnipresence.

At the same time, symbiotic panentheism provides the understanding as to how it is possible for God to be omnipresent, omniscient, omnipotent, and contain all the parts of singularity while not being composed of parts. The process of God being the whole void parts is thoroughly rationalized through the process of ‘separation through inclusion’ versus present day perceptions of ‘separation through exclusion’.’ Separation through exclusion’ is what permeates present day ontological and metaphysical models of reality.

In the War and Peace of a New Metaphysical Perception Tractate 8, The Error of Russell, describes the concept of ‘separation through inclusion’. Tractate 10. The Error of Heidegger, describes the function of nothingness and how nothingness becomes the very tool by which ‘separation through inclusions’ provides the means by which the soul of the individual is capable of ‘adding’/growing God’s omniscience without in fact changing God since God is a ‘region’ lacking a universal fabric composed of matter, energy, space, and/or time. Other tractates in the work, address the concept how ‘change’ can occur in an ‘existence’ void time and space without causing ‘change’.

Symbiotic panentheism provides the rationale which supports Christian concepts of God being ‘one’, being ‘a’/’the’ whole void parts. The process by which the paradox is resolved involves the tool of ‘separation through inclusion’. If God is capable of using such a tool to resolve dilemmas facing Himself perhaps we/humans, could find the tool to be a useful means to resolve many of our social paradoxes.