Pantheism

God thus excludes the world; he is only its cause; in no sense is he effect, of himself or anything else. Pantheism (better, “pandeism,” for again it is not really the theos that is described) means that God is the integral totality of ordinary cause-effects, and that there, is no super-cause independent of ordinary causes and effects.

Charles Hartshorne, Man’s Vision of God and the Logic of Theism (1964), p. 347

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