It's kind of you to ask, Ahmad. Yes, of course, things have occasionally escaped (and still do occasionally escape) my attention, though I try to minimize the occurrence of this on the Grammar Exchange.
Ironically, the very thread in which you have asked me this pseudo-question has supplied a regrettable instance of something having escaped my attention right here on G.E. I must concede that DocV's objection is right on the money.
I do have a bit of a problem with "between", but not for the reason you mention.
Rather, if the preposition were changed to "between", it would lack the requisite number of objects. If Brahman were a bridge, it would span between "nothing beyond" and what?
Excellent point, DocV. "Between" really does not work, Ahmad, for the reason DocV has given. If you wanted to use "between," more radical revisions would be needed -- and the authors of the philosophy encyclopedia might not approve.
(X) Brahman cannot be a bridge, since there is nothing before it and beyond it between which it can span.