Josh, the transcendent/immanent God duality helps me sort this out.
Without a transcendent Deity/Mind, you end up with Pantheism, and the subjective soup problems you are keying in to, I think.
With a Deity, or Mind that is both transcendent and immanent, we can say that our reality is inescapably subjective, whilst not sinking in the swamp of there being no objective reality.
With only a transcendent Deity/Mind, you get the problems of Fundamentalism.
With only an immanent Deity/Mind, you get the New Age soup pantheism problems.
With a Deity/Mind that is both transcendent and immanent, you can think with both sides of your brain, as it were.
So, I consider my position Panentheist, i.e., Deity/Mind is both transcendent and immanent.