Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.3 NF

[There are three types of infrasovereign religions:

  1. The first could grasp for sovereign power (religioninfrasov) but does not because of its own internal rules (and devotion to a religionsuprasov). These could transition to point 2 by getting around the rules.
  2. The second grasps for sovereign power in order to impose its objectsorganization on all sovereign subjects (religioninfrasov).
  3. The third imposes it objectsorganization, because it belongs an alliance that has grasped sovereign power (religionsov or (infra)sovereign religion).]