Earth Mystic has drawn attention to Ken Wilber's attack on Neopaganism and other "ecophilosophies" for what he calls a "flatland" perspective on the cosmos. This somewhat surprised me as what I've read of Wilber so far left me with the impression that he was very much the pantheist. Not that I'm disagreeing - quite the contrary - it is just unexpected that's all.
Some of Earth Mystic's follow up comments are worth noting too. One sample:
I've always felt that immanence-mysticism and transcendence-mysticism need each other, just like love and freedom need each other. Either without the other is monstrous. Transcendence without immanance leads to pie-in-the-sky otherworldliness, while immanance without transcendence leads to narcissism and megalomania.
Another commentor wrote this:
I read Wilbur's critique of flatland cosmology in seminary, and found it to be very insightful. It gave voice to something I had been struggling with as a then-Pagan. Flatland was only one part of my dilemma, and the answer for me ended up being a move to Christianity. I would be very interested in hearing more Pagan viewpoints of Wilbur.