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- n. Plural form of pantheism.
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But there arepantheisms and pantheisms or panentheisms and panentheisms, and the differences between them areworth exploring.
However, just as there are alternative theisms, one would expect that there are alternative pantheisms.
It frowned upon these and upon agnosticisms, atheisms, pantheisms, religious doubts, and alterations in judgment -- upon anything, in short, that seemed to push a finger against Church and Kingdom.
Hear, O Israel; the Lord our God is one Lord -- This every devout Jew recited twice every day, and the Jews do it to this day; thus keeping up the great ancient national protest against the polytheisms and pantheisms of the heathen world: it is the great utterance of the national faith in One Living and Personal God -- "One Jehovah!"
The renascence of Buddhism sought to eliminate from the arrogant and impious pantheisms of Egypt, India, and Greece a simple and pure philosophy, upholding virtue as man's greatest good and highest reward.
In Tennyson he may be guessed to represent the fabled esoteric lore of old religions, with their vague pantheisms, and such magic as the tapas of
Certainly, the Bible works as a negative criterion in telling us that dualisms and pantheisms and materialisms are wrong, but it gives us no positive cosmology.