As simple as possible:
theism: belief in the existence of a god or gods, especially belief in a personal God as creator and ruler of the world.
deism: belief in a god of nature - a non-interventionist creator - who permits the universe to run itself according to natural laws.
by Kathryn L Hill4 years ago
According to the dictionary, the term Deism was used during the intellectual movement of the 17th and 18th centuries. Deism accepts "the existence of a creator on the basis of reason," but rejects the belief...
by Rhonda D Johnson5 years ago
What is the Difference Between Theism and Deism?If there is a difference, could some people actually be adeists?
by Elizabeth5 years ago
I wrote a hub on how faith is not required in order to be an atheist. Someone requested that I turn it into a forum thread as well. My position is that atheism, by definition, is the lack of a belief in a...
by mathsciguy6 years ago
Posted in Education and Science because I don't intend for this to turn into a debate about which one is "the way to go." The intent of this topic is really just to do some meta-cognition about the discussion...
by jomine7 years ago
isn't it just what i believe is "believe" and what others believe superstition? is isn't all religious beliefs just superstition?
by Alexander A. Villarasa5 years ago
Is atheism an anchronistic non-belief system? Of all the "isms" that has bedeviled man's existence, it could be said that atheism takes the cake for being inexplicably incongrous...
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