extramundane

[ ek-struh-muhn-deyn, -muhn-deyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF extramundane
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At the end of heathenism the divine becomes the extramundane, at the end of Christianity the intramundane.

If any one chooses to assume that it was created by an extramundane power, Haeckel says he will not object.

The extramundane God of dualism leads necessarily to theism; and the intra-mundane God of the monist leads to pantheism.

Atheism affirms that there are no gods or goddesses, assuming that god means a personal, extramundane entity.

Fourthly, although God is extramundane, He is nevertheless everywhere present.

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