How do models of transcendence differ, depending on whether they presuppose a final reckoning between Good and Evil or no such horizon of salvation (within an end-time scenario, i.e. eschatology)?
There are two different models that attempt to illustrate the concepts of transcendence (Miron, 2013). In the break model, there is the recognition of the enforcing availability of a transcendent datum that surpasses the immanence with its various manifestations, particularly consciousness, history, time, and the subject. It is apparent that the transcendent datum occurs in abundance overshadowing its various manifestations following its independent permanence. This phenomenon takes center Continue reading...