Christian reduplication dissolves into a single reality the topological distinctness of existence-spheres. This reconstructed totality has nothing outside itself, that is to say it has only God outside itself. Viewed anthropologically the human synthesis ‘relates itself to itself’ and does so ‘before God’, and religiously reduplicated there are no alien elements in this synthesis. There is no tendency within religiously reduplicated actuality towards either ideality or sensuousness, and, therefore, no ‘transition zones’ of doubt or anxiety. Actuality becomes ‘all of a piece’, a network of internal relations, which is wholly human in all its aspects. There is no part of actuality which is not completely human, and no aspect of the human which is not wholly actual.1