Monotheism vs Transtheism - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between monotheism and transtheism

is that monotheism is the belief in a single deity (one god or goddess); especially within an organized religion while 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.

monotheism

English

Alternative forms

* Monotheism, mono-theism

Noun

(en noun)
  • The belief in a single deity (one god or goddess); especially within an organized religion.
  • Derived terms

    * alethomonotheism, Alethomonotheism * aletho-monotheism, Aletho-monotheism * postmonotheism, Postmonotheism * post-monotheism, Post-monotheism * premonotheism, Premonotheism * pre-monotheism, Pre-monotheism * protomonotheism, Protomonotheism * proto-monotheism, Proto-monotheism * pseudomonotheism, Pseudomonotheism * pseudo-monotheism, Pseudo-monotheism

    See also

    * binitarianism, Binitarianism * bitheism, Bitheism * deism, Deism * ditheism, Ditheism * duotheism, Duotheism * henotheism, Henotheism * polytheism, Polytheism * quadrinitarianism, Quadrinitarianism * septarianism, Septarianism * septenarianism, Septenarianism * theism, Theism * trinitarianism, Trinitarianism * tritheism, Tritheism * triunitarianism, Triunitarianism * unitarianism, Unitarianism

    transtheism

    English

    (transtheism)

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • 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.
  • See also

    * pandeism * panendeism * panentheism * pantheism * theopanism