pandeism

Paganism vs Pandeism - What's the difference?

paganism | pandeism |


As nouns the difference between paganism and pandeism

is that paganism is indigenous and polytheistic religions while pandeism is a coherent belief in a god who is both pantheistic and deistic, eg a god who designed the universe and then created it by becoming the universe, thus ceasing to act consciously with respect to the universe.

Pandeism vs Panderism - What's the difference?

pandeism | panderism |


As nouns the difference between pandeism and panderism

is that pandeism is a coherent belief in a god who is both pantheistic and deistic, eg a god who designed the universe and then created it by becoming the universe, thus ceasing to act consciously with respect to the universe while panderism is the employment, arts, or practices of a pander.

Atheism vs Pandeism - What's the difference?

atheism | pandeism |


As nouns the difference between atheism and pandeism

is that atheism is (narrowly) belief that no deities exist (sometimes including rejection of other religious beliefs) while pandeism is a coherent belief in a god who is both pantheistic and deistic, eg a god who designed the universe and then created it by becoming the universe, thus ceasing to act consciously with respect to the universe.

Taxonomy vs Pandeism - What's the difference?

taxonomy | pandeism |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and pandeism

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while pandeism is a coherent belief in a god who is both pantheistic and deistic, eg a god who designed the universe and then created it by becoming the universe, thus ceasing to act consciously with respect to the universe.

Pandeism vs Bitrix - What's the difference?

pandeism | bitrix |

Pandeism vs Hinduism - What's the difference?

pandeism | hinduism |

Pandeism vs Pandemonism - What's the difference?

pandeism | pandemonism | Related terms |

Pandeism is a related term of pandemonism.


As a noun pandemonism is

belief that every object (animate or inanimate), idea (abstract or concrete), and action is inhabited by its own independent supernatural spirit; worship of such spirits.

Pandeism vs Panvitalism - What's the difference?

pandeism | panvitalism |

Pandeism is a see also of panvitalism.


As a noun panvitalism is

belief that all things are part of a single living universe.

Pandeism vs Hylozoism - What's the difference?

pandeism | hylozoism |

Pandeism is a see also of hylozoism.


As a noun hylozoism is

a philosophical doctrine espousing that all or some material things possess life, or that all life is inseparable from matter.

Pandeism vs Transtheism - What's the difference?

pandeism | transtheism |

Pandeism is a see also of transtheism.


As a noun transtheism is

beyond theism or atheism, belief in one or more deities]] which transcend the universe and yet are also immanent; belief in a [[panentheism|panentheistic god.

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