There are a number of things to consider in the discussion of Dominionism. The quoted Scriptures in this comment are from the Word of YHVH Bible.
In using Genesis 1:26 as a reference for dominion one must consider that Adam was created a sinless man when he was given dominion over the Garden of YHVH. Also, verse 26 must have the same meaning that verse 27 has.
YaHavah Elohim is the one and only living God of all creation. The Hebrew word, Elohim, is predominantly used in the Bible as an epithet of deference. For YaHavah it is the highest level of deference, such as the Almighty One. For humans, it is to show deference in leadership. It is used as a plural only when referring to the gods of man’s imagination -- or idols.
YHVH is sinless infinite Spirit. The image of YaHavah’s likeness is as a finite sinless spirit being.
Genesis 1:26-27 26 And Elohim said, [I will] make mankind [in the] image, [of my] likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the fowl of the air and over the cattle and over all the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps upon the earth. 27 So Elohim created man [in his] image, in the image of Elohim he created them; male and female created he them.
After Adam sinned, his dominion was removed and he was evicted from the Garden. As for reference to Luke 19:13, the parable of the ten servants is about Jesus teaching his disciples about accountability and the Fear of YHVH, not about increasing talents or minas.
Jesus left his disciples with this command:
Matthew 28:18-20 18 And Jesus came and spoke to them, saying, All authority is given to me in heaven and in the earth. 19 Go accordingly and teach all peoples 19b— by the authority of the Father and Son [in the] Spirit of YHVH, 20 teach them to be watchmen of all things that I commanded you and know I am with you always, until the end of the age. Amen.
In the Spirit of YaHavah refers to the regeneration of a truly repentant soul — or born-again. The default sin nature from Adam is removed by remission because YaHavah will not allow sin into his Kingdom.
Verse 19b was never intended to be used as a ritual formula for water baptism. The proper perspective of the Greek for verse 19b is coordinated with the whole context of the Bible concerning Father and Son, aka, YHVH and Jesus. Catholic Trinitarians of the fourth century accommodated verse 19b for text-proof of the doctrine of three gods in the godhead as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, or the Holy Trinity. Father cannot be divided into two persons by separating his Spirit from himself any more than any human can be separated into two separate persons of body and spirit, except at death when the physical body begins to decay back to the earth. Believers who falsely assume the authority of the grace of YaHavah under cover of false doctrine will be judged appropriately.
Jesus has all authority as the Son of YaHavah. True and faithful born-again believers’ function under the authority, power, and presence of the Spirit of YaHavah to disciple the nations, not to take dominion; this is the grace of YaHavah at work. Stated in another way, the grace of YaHavah is his presence and the action of his seven-spirits in a heart that was once denied his presence by Adam’s default sin nature. The grace of YHVH is his favor given to a truly repentant soul. Faith is the confidence of knowing the grace of YaHavah.
We are finite and YHVH is infinite—according to his words to Jeremiah, emphasized texthe fills the heavens and the earth.emphasized text In other words, his Spirit emanates in every direction from himself in heaven into all of his creation — INFINITE.
Here is something to consider concerning the coalition of science and religion:
What is science saying about the universe and energy? Quantum physics is showing that everything in the universe is energy and electrical currents. Science is saying that electrons behave like waves in a sea of energy. (https://www.one-mind-one-energy.com/)
Some call the universe a sea of vibrating consciousness. Remember, YaHavah fills the heavens and the earth with the presence of his own infinite Spirit, so, this point of view may be truer than previously thought.