1] in the philosophy of religion is the
standpoint that reason and
observation of the natural world, without
the need for organized religion, ...
is the belief in the existence of one
supreme being or God while ...
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Belief in God based only on reason
and nature is Deism
An indepth look at Deism
from the ground up.
Includes FAQ and a Deist
The survey shows a giant step forward for Deism
the fact that it actually ...
is a natural religion. Deists
in the existence of God, on purely
rational grounds, without any
reliance on revealed religion or religious ...
One phase through which deism
may be said to have
passed was that of a critical
examination of the first principles of
religion. It asserted its right to ...
Organization. World Deism
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- A belief in a god of nature -- a
noninterventionist creator -- who
permits the universe to run itself
according to natural laws.
belief in the existence of a god on the evidence of reason
and nature only, with
rejection of supernatural revelation
(distinguished from theism). ...
Origin: 1555–65; < MF déiste < L de(us) god + F
-iste -ist. —Related forms ...
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Surveys and espouses traditional Deism
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A short discussion of the
development of the idea of Deism
in the European
Enlightenment and its origins in the new physical sciences
n. The belief, based solely on reason, in a
God who created the universe
and then abandoned it, assuming no
control over life, exerting no.
is a reason-based faith that postulates a
belief in God through a
foundation of Reason, Personal Experience
and Nature (nature of the universe)
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The beginnings of English
appear in the seventeenth century. Its main
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a movement or system of thought advocating natural
morality, and in the 18th century denying the
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Home of the Deist
Alliance. God without organized
religion. God without the
baggage. Where faith and doubt go hand in
believed that reason indicated that God
created the world, and ruled it
by established law: they were
adherents, that is, of a "natural" religion ...
18 Apr 2005 ...
As described by Smith and his team,
Moralistic Therapeutic Deism
beliefs like these:
1. "A god exists who created and ordered ...
A large repository about Deism
: its history,
practice and future.
22 Feb 2008 ...
In recent decades, the role of
in the American founding has become highly
Evangelical and/or “traditional” Protestants have ...
The belief, based solely on reason, in a God who created
the universe and then
abandoned it, assuming no control over life,
exerting no influence on natural ...
Topical articles explaining the meaning, history, and
tenets of Christian Deism
18 Aug 2006 ... Deism
is a term used to
denote certain doctrines evidenced in thought and
manifested themselves principally in England in the ...
seeks to balance reason and
spirituality, enabling each of us to
chart a steady course away from
the rocky shores of dogma and the treacherous ...
A system of belief which posits God's existence as the
cause of all things, and
admits His perfection, but rejects ...
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(religious philosophy), an unorthodox
religious attitude that found
expression among a group of English
writers beginning with Edward Herbert (later ...
Essay by Cky J. Carrigan provides historical survey,
discusses proponents and
main tenets, and analyzes its demise.
The role of Deism
in the history of the United
States of America.
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is the belief in a
divine power without participating in an organized
became popular around the...
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is a rational view
based on all the evidence that points to the
supernatural entities. ...
What is deism
? What do deists
believe? Is God active in
the events of the world
(from Latin: deus = God) refers to the
eighteenth-century movement in
modern Christianity which taught that
reason—rather than revelation—should form ...
21 Feb 2010 ... Deism
is a religious belief
alternately expressed as the belief that God can
only be discovered
by reason and logic (not by revelation or ...
but not an atheist, Thomas Paine maintained,
“I believe in God,” but
aimed his pen ... Deism
defined with sixteen words in Samuel Johnson's 1755 ...
belief in the existence of a God on purely rational grounds
without reliance on
revelation or authority; esp., the 17th- and
18th-cent. doctrine that God ...
13 Nov 2009 ... Deism
is the religious belief
that God created the universe and then abandoned
it, assuming no
control over life, exerting no influence on ...
is belief in a God or first cause based on
reason, rather than on faith or
revelation, and thus a form of
theism in opposition to fideism. ...
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When preeminent philosophical atheist Antony Flew announced
in 2004 that he had
come to believe in God's existence and was
probably best considered a deist
is a form of rationalism that holds that it is
through the observation of
the natural world that one comes to know
of the nature of God.
Supporters of the "separation of church and state" like to
tell us that the
Founding Fathers were all "unitarians" and
." What are the facts? ...
1 Mar 2010 ...
Michael Horton explains moralistic
and how it shows up in our
literature. In this interview series, ...
is a belief in god based on Reason, Nature,
.” The creed of this religion, as
codified from what ....
this sense, the Deism
is revised from its classical eighteenth- ...
"Some volumes against Deism
fell into my hands. They
were said to be the
substance of sermons preached at Boyle's
Lecture. It happened that they produced
Glossary of Religion and Philosophy - deism
arguments origin of the
universe blind faith new religion
Article by Avery Cardinal Dulles surveys the origins and
spread of Deism
eye towards its inherent weakness to
sustain itself. ...
and Unitarianism are really apples and oranges
in one important sense.
Unitarians are a recognized national
religious group with a church and ...
6 Jul 2009 ...
Bryan Cross discusses Ecclesial
or the errors that arise when our
inadvertently informed by Deism
is a school of thought that holds as its main
belief the idea that God is
not made known to man via revelation or
divine inspiration, ...
Welcome to a Facebook Page about Deism
Facebook to start connecting with Deism
Welcome to the Facebook Community Page about Pan
, a collection of ...
10 Nov 2005 ...
Any list of "famous deists
(or "famous Deists
") should be consulted with
lists are not directly analogous to other "famous ...
27 Aug 2010 ...
Dean says more American teenagers
are embracing what she calls "moralistic
Translation: It's a watered-down faith that ...
16 Jan 2005 ...
Primary Sources for The Assignment:
Jefferson as Deist ...
Thomas Jefferson, Deism
Religion, and other FAQs ...
Christian evaluation with positive and negative comments,
bibliography of books
by and critical of Deists
Most people have never heard the term "Deism
". Simply put, if you
believe in God, and that God is
knowable through reason and observation, ...
was especially influential in the 17th and
18th centuries. [Late 17th
century. < Latin deus "god"]. de·ist
noun. de·is·tic [ dee ístik ] adjective ...
23 Sep 2009 ...
When historians refer to some of the
Founding Fathers as "Deists
," it's as if
about an extinct philosophy, like alchemy or ...
2 Sep 2008 ... Deists
claim that God created
the universe but is unable to interact with it.
Hence evil and
suffering are present in the world because God ...
While I consider myself a Christian Deist
, this is
not about much of the deism
we find on the internet. It is
not about environmental wacko-ism, new ageism, ...
contacts, and World Union of Deists
20 Apr 2009 ...
He called Bush's second inaugural
address "Moral Therapeutic Deism
Goes to War."
traditional Christianity, MTD naively underestimates ...
www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2009/apr... - Similares
19 Jan 2000 ...
describes three possible ways of
Church with education, online ordination, and
23 Feb 2003 ...
article about the Establishment
Clause and Ceremonial Deism
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27 Oct 2010 ... Deism
is defined in Webster's
Encyclopedic Dictionary, 1941, as: "[From Latin
Deus, God.Deity] The
doctrine or creed of a Deist
30 Oct 2008 ...
Arch-atheist Richard Dawkins is an
evolutionist. But many are now asking whether
critic of religion may be, well, ...
Types of Deism
centers on the belief
that God created a universe in which
people should live according to
reason and logic. Deists
do not believe ...
14 Sep 2001 ... Deism
, as the word is
customarily employed, describes an ...
At times in the
and early 20th centuries, the word Deism
was used ...
31 Dec 2007 ...
No longer active, contains posts
from 2003 through 2007.
The belief that God (or some form of deity or divine
creator) exists, but plays
no interactive role in our day to day
Were the Founders “deists
”? A standard dictionary
definition of the word is: “
The belief, based solely on reason, in a
God who created the universe and then ...
3 Jul 2010 ...
A brief overview of beliefs shared by
On “Moralistic Therapeutic Deism
” as U.S. Teenagers'
Actual, Tacit, De Facto
In this sense, the
here is revised from its classical ...
1 Sep 2010 ...
The CNN article discusses the theme
of Moralistic Therapeutic Deism
, a phrase
used liberally by
WHI hosts for the past few years and coined ...
10 Sep 2008 ... Deism
(d[=e]“[i^]z'm), n. [L. deus god: cf. F. d['e]isme. ...
is the belief in natural religion only, or those
means belief in God as a prime cause or
creator of the world, after which
God has no hand in its affairs.
Like Pantheism, Deism
is a form of belief in ...
21 Sep 2005 ...
Antony Flew's conversion was not to
theism, but to a weak deism
, a belief that a
creator set the
universe in motion but has not participated ...
Although Jefferson believed in a Creator, his concept of it
resembled that of
the god of deism
(the term "Nature's God"
used by deists
of the time). ...
3 Jan 2010 ... Deism
has its roots in the Age
of Enlightenment that took place in 18th-century
Europe. As science
pushed the boundaries of Western ...
Lecture by Terry Matthews traces the course and development
All these founding fathers of the United States of America
Christians, as many would like us to
believe. George Washington was a Deist
6 Oct 2010 ...
Jesus taught the truth because it is confirmed by
our own ...
John Lindell, The Human Jesus and Christian Deism