Consider the two definitional statements below:
Pantheism is the claim that everything in the universe is part of an all-encompassing, immanent God.
Panentheism is the claim that the God who is greater than the universe and resides in every part of the universe exists.
Which of the following combinations is TRUE?
I. The definition in statement 1 uses poorly understood terms.
II. The definition in statement 1 has a narrower scope than that in statement 2.
III. The definition in statement 1 has a broader scope than that in statement 2.
IV. According to these two statements, ‘Pantheism’ and ‘Panentheism’ are different terms that express the same concept.
A: Only I
B: I , III
D: I, IV
So I did some readings and found that
Pantheism = god is all i.e god = universe
Panentheism = god is all and god > universe
But I am very confused if panentheism has a broader scope than pantheism or vice versa. Does having more requirements mean having a broader scope?