Noun(1) (rare(2) the doctrine or belief that God is the universe and its phenomena (taken or conceived of as a whole
(1) I think they also feel threatened because this starts to get close to the more democratic religious beliefs of pantheism , wherein the divine becomes manifest in every-thing.(2) Archaeological evidence suggests the same, indicating that only later did mankind degenerate into idolatrous pantheism .(3) Similarly, students could study, as part of their understanding of Western monotheism and Eastern pantheism and non-theism, different ideas about how the metaphysical acts upon and manifests in the physical.(4) However the overwhelming majority of classical Jewish thinkers in the past 500 years have categorically refused to choose between pantheism and monotheism.(5) He preached a strict monotheism, opposed both to the secular morality of educated Chinese and to the pantheism of popular religion.(6) It is the same Kook who refused to term Judaism a monotheistic religion, believing as he did that strains of purified pagan pantheism were essential to the essence of Hebrew religion.(7) Pot tends to open up to pantheism , even paganism; a Blakeian universe in a grain of sand vs. the promise of heaven to come.(8) Here, life is presented as purely immanent to itself and without a lapse into transcendent views of nature such as pantheism and animism.(9) Within Paganism, I think that there's a misconception that being pantheistic equals the absence of wrong.(10) Because of his ecstatic effusions on nature, Shelley is sometimes labeled a pantheist .(11) Here the totality of all the separate beings are sometimes seen pantheistically and spiritualistically as comprising the cosmic Superbeing.(12) In pantheistic systems there is no source for the moral standards that karma enforces.(13) A Manichean who believes the world is essentially evil will draw radically different moral lessons than a pantheist who finds God present everywhere in his creation.(14) Toland was an atheist who had falsely attributed pantheistical opinions to Moses.(15) The followers of Kant have selected now one now another doctrine from his ethics and combined therewith various pantheistical systems.(16) Scotland started as a place of superstitious animists and pantheists , much as it is today.
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