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They need God to feel immanent, nearly material like a Greek deity, while we need God to be thought ineffable and mysterious.
And yet there was a likeness, not so much speaking as immanent, not so much in any particular feature as upon the whole.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume XXI|Robert Louis Stevenson
Through its immanent psychical power it is to exercise magical coercion over the soul of the god or the saint.
The development, moreover, is not immanent in religion; it is the result of external causes.
This entire social complex has been subsumed under the principle that law is immanent in all history.
The spiritual life is thus individual and over-individual, historical and over-historical, transcendent and immanent.An Interpretation of Rudolf Eucken's Philosophy|W. Tudor Jones