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Part II Philosophy of pantheism. 3 PANTHEISM AND THEISM. 147. 3.1 Does theism entail pantheism? 149. 3.2 The world as God's body. 161. 4 PROBLEMS OF ...

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pantheism (n.) "belief that God and the universe are identical," from pantheist (n.), which was coined (1705) by Irish deist John Toland (1670-1722), from Greek ...

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Mar 12, 2015 ... I touched on this point in my discussion of Pantheism in my series on Fundamental Reality. 3. The actual Creator of the universe has spoken to ...

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Pantheism holds that God and the universe are identical. This implies that one thing has all the properties God really has and all the properties the universe ...

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I. Definition. Pantheism is the belief that God = the universe. The word “God,” on this view, is just another word for “Nature” or “Everything that Exists.” If you take ...

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Pantheism is the position that God and nature are the same thing.

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It cannot be denied that pantheism has made great progress in our age. The writings of a part of Europe bear visible marks of it: the Germans introduce it into ...

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The word “pantheism” was invented in 1697 by English mathematician Joseph Raphson. In his work, De spatio reali (Of Real Space or Infinite Being), Raphson  ...

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According to classical theism, God is an omniscient, omnipotent and morally perfect being who is ontologically distinct from the cosmos and created it out of ...