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(rare) worship that admits or tolerates all gods

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the doctrine or belief that God is the universe and its phenomena (taken or conceived of as a whole) or the doctrine that regards the universe as a manifestation of God

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With their indiscriminate embrace of New Age medicine, Catholic sacramentals, and kabbalah, moreover, Southern Californians do not mind pantheism.
Gadamer refers in his text Nicolaus Cusanus and the Present (1) to three points: the problem of pantheism, the spirit as image of God, and Being as the word.
The divinity of Pantheism would equip the reborn soul with this luxurious escalation of its resources for both time-flow and space-flow.
3) And it is precisely this concept of divine nature that defines pantheism.
42) Philosophers ought not to forget that the counter-Renaissance replaced free individuals by complex machines driven by appetites, swapped Republic for Monarchy, degraded art to the level of amusement, and superseded pantheism (and the assumption of a self-organizing nature) by transcendentalism (together with creationism).
In a second section on nature, politics, and religion, the atheism of the Theophrastus is compared firstly to euhemerism, as Lorenzo Bianchi studies the text's rational analysis of the origins and imposition of religions, and secondly to pantheism, as Miguel Benitez assesses the atheist author's respect for the reasonableness of deifying elements of nature that are beneficial to all rather than inventing gods.
Elsewhere he stated that "the old tradition of the Classics gradually degenerated from theism via deism or pantheism to contemporary atheism" (p.
Then came a huge "Nature" work, Mahler's vast Third Symphony, evoking primordial pantheism and struggling towards a unified view of creation.
Walker's individual thought of spirituality is pantheism, the belief that God is in all living things within nature, including people.
Modern ethnologists often avoid this broad usage in favor of more specific and less potentially offensive terms such as polytheism, shamanism, pantheism, or animism when referring to traditional or historical faiths.
The broadest spectrum of Western Christianity has taken the creation component of their beliefs toward a relatively negative view of human nature, a material-spiritual dualism, and a somewhat irrational terror of paganism and pantheism.
These sections include summaries of Zen Buddhism, the Dalai Lama, and Shintoism, along with insights into common Western misconceptions about reincarnation and pantheism in Eastern thought.
Often derided for their pantheism and nature worship, the lumad hold nature sacred because nature is life-giving.
These questions are explored in a subjective manner, framed from her point of view and intertwined with a vigorous and pervasive pantheism that could owe much to Lispector's interest in seventeenth-century philosopher Spinoza.
Nearly every night he would write dozens of pages about everything from a Vast Artificial Living Intelligence System (VALIS) orbiting some distant planet, to pantheism and the prophetic thesis that "the [Roman] empire never ended.