- To make immanent.
1980, Thomas Steven Molnar, Theists and atheists: a typology of non-belief, page 126:
- These revelations, however, soon distort God's revelation and immanentize it through a political choice.
1984, Fred Lawrence, The Beginning and the beyond: papers from the Gadamer and Voegelin, volume 4, page 82:
- As we will see in more detail in the next section, our anticipation of a world-cultural network of communities not only does not immanentize Christian eschatology, but takes its stand on the world-transcendent objective of Christian […]
1998, Edward Craig, Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Genealogy to Iqbal, page 212:
- The impact is to immanentize divine volition.