“The integral relationship of God and world is such that God and world form a complementary whole. Panikkar called this God-world unity ‘cosmotheandric,’ indicating that cosmos, theos, and anthropos are three integral realities. […] Traditionally, God and the universe have been understood as two realities over against each other, with God reaching into the world to act at particular moments. This common way of imaging the God-world relationship results in an interventionist view of divine action. God is imagined as intervening to create and to move creation in the right direction at certain times. However, God cannot transcend the world without first in some way being in it.” (From The Not-Yet God, p. 17).