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Pantheism is a belief that the universe/nature and God are identical. The word derives from the Ancient Greek: pan meaning "all" and theos meaning "belief that  ...

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The term "pantheist" - of which "pantheism" is a variation - was purportedly first used by Irish writer John Toland in his 1705 work, Socinianism Truly Stated, by a  ...

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Pantheism has clear differences with the traditional description of God. It departs from the picture of God given in the Old Testament to the extent that the Old ...

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At the heart of modern scientific pantheism is reverence for Nature and the Universe. It offers a challenging alternative, beyond theism and atheism, with a joyful ...

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Pantheism is the view that God is equivalent to Nature or the physical universe - that they are essentially the same thing - or that everything is of an ...

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Pantheism. Pantheism is the doctrine that the universe conceived of as a whole is God and, conversely, that there is no God but the combined substance, forces, ...

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Definition of pantheism - a doctrine which identifies God with the universe, or regards the universe as a manifestation of God., the worship or tolerance of.

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pantheism meaning: belief in many or all gods, or the belief that God exists in, and is the same as, all things, animals, and people within the universe.

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Believing that the universe itself is divine, pantheists have no use for a personal, anthropomorphic God, much less supernatural realms like heaven and hell.