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  • n. Plural form of pantheism.

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Examples

  • But there arepantheisms and pantheisms or panentheisms and panentheisms, and the differences between them areworth exploring.

    Why I am Not a Pantheist (Nor a Panentheist): Metaphysics, Totalization, and the Cosmos By Jonathan Weidenbaum

  • However, just as there are alternative theisms, one would expect that there are alternative pantheisms.

    Pantheism

  • 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.

    Pioneers of the Old South: a chronicle of English colonial beginnings

  • 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!"

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • 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.

    The English Governess at the Siamese Court

  • 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

    Alfred Tennyson

  • 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.

    Reasons to Believe -

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