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Elements to The Universe
Monistic · Apatheistic · Atheistic · Deistic · Agnostic · Henotheistic · Ietsistic · Ignostic · Monotheistic · Dualistic · Kathenotheistic · Omnistic · Pandeistic · Panpsychist · Panentheistic · Pantheistic · Polytheistic · Theistic · Transtheistic · Dystheistic · Perfectionistic · Alatristic · Animistic · Binitarian · Egotheistic · Liberal · Naturalistic · Post-theistic · Philotheistic · Physitheistic · Euhemeristic · Distheistic · Trinitarian · Tritheistic · Misotheistic · Mediationist
Divine nature
Omnity · Immutability · Complexity · Depadethicity · Divinological aseity · Divinological ambiguity · Divinological impassibility · Divinological mercilessness · Divinological infinity · Divinological transcendence · Divinological eternality · Dedivination
Main concepts and orientations
Divine minification · Reinspiration · Divinological monolatry · Divinophany · Mutabilism · Immutabilism · Intelligibilism · Intricism · Divinological theodicy · Depadotheism · Antianthropomorphism · Divinological emanationism · The Divine, The Creator · Divinological pantheon · Dedivinationism · Divinical intercession
Divinogeny
Compogenism · Unigenism · Regenism · Pergenism · Disogenism
Related topics
The Natures of The Divine · Supratraditionalisation · The Five Lost Ologies · Anthropomorphisation · Anthropopathism · Millettarian theology · God in Millettism · Anthropocentralisation · Anthropomorphism in Millettism · Aniconism in Millettism · Evility · Faith in Millettism · Depictions of The Divine
Linear infiniteness, also known as inceptivism, is a post-omnidoxical resolution to the problem of the createdness of The Universe in Millettarian cosmology and acts as an alternative to the theory of uncreatedness. It principally holds that instead of The Universe having always existed, that The Universe was created by The Divine and so affirms the subordination of the former to the latter. However, it goes further to state that The Universe was created for infiniteness, hence it will exist eternally therefore retaining its infinite nature. When something is created for infiniteness, this is called linear infiniteness because the object hasn't always existed as an infinite nature is most commonly associated with existing forevermore and having always existed but this theory denies the latter as a necessary part of infinite nature.
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