Direct Transcendence In Protestant Literature

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An argument, partial to god’s existence, seen in many works of Protestant literature stems from surreal psychological experiences. During these experiences, theists believe themselves to be in the presence of god. During these experiences they report to have total dependence upon some ultimate power. Legitimately fusing with a God is an extremely difficult arguement to refute. But, if an individual thinks they, in fact they have experienced a profound sense of direct transcendence, does this mean they really have been transcended? It is true that individuals can indeed have surreal experiences and feel as if they have fused with a divine and holy power, but using the feeling of transcendence to establish irrefutable evidence in favour of God’s

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