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Synonyms for spiritualism

(theology) any doctrine that asserts the separate existence of God

the belief that the spirits of dead people can communicate with people who are still alive (especially via a medium)

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concern with things of the spirit

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Now he has come up with spiritualism he married his friend's wife Bushra to learn day and night more about spiritualism as his quest for knowing beyond mysteries started yelling him.
THEREFORE, it takes both these two spiritualistic as well as materialistic wingsfor any free bird to be healthy and have these two strong wings to fly properly and higher: a nation of or world with required material and spiritualsignificance, nonetheless possessesits negative, mere worldly wise character, unmindful of hereafter, as well as unleashes its positive, inborn and natural qualities too: These two traits of compulsory materialism and compulsory spiritualism are mostly found, to lesser or more degrees, in any nation or place on earth and, despite all its ups and downs, still strugglesto make a relatively satisfied and competent life, materially and spiritually.
Lause, Free Spirits: Spiritualism, Republicanism, and Radicalism in the Civil War Era (Urbana: University of Illinois Press 2016)
She charts Lyman Beecher's children's rejection of Calvinism and their engagement with perfectionism, spiritualism, Universalism, Catholicism, and Episcopalianism.
He also exposes the devils deception in the teachings of other religions, the new age movement, and spiritualism.
RIYADH: The poet of the east Allama Iqbal through his poetry emphasized pure spiritualism to counter the German concept of materialism, said Pakistani Ambassador Manzoor ul Haq.
She seeks to set spiritualism in context alongside its influences, affinities, and effects.
THESE are the eerie photographs that capture the weird world of spiritualism.
For instance, Molly McGarry's Ghosts of Futures Past: Spiritualism and the Cultural Politics of Nineteenth-Century America (2010) built on and nuanced Ann Braude's Radical Spirits: Spiritualism and Women's Rights in Nineteenth-Century America (1989).
The give the story of pre-spiritualist "mediumship," spiritualism's spread in Europe, key historic figures, case studies of spiritualism today, shamanic awareness, Italian spiritualism and opposition of the Catholic Church, spiritualism and the origins of modern psychology, spiritualism in Denmark and Iceland, involvement by William James and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Jung's take on the spirits, spiritualism in a globalized Ireland, John of God and the Casa de Dom Inacio, spiritualist phenomena, the debate over evidence, and conflict and cooperation between science and spiritualism.
Scottish-based Karl, 43, said: "Edith's book was a worldwide phenomenon, but I think people who have researched the family in the past have only ever touched on their interest in spiritualism.
A NIGHT of spiritualism has been organised in aid of the Oliver Field Appeal.
Spiritualism is a Religion and Philosophy of life and Rev.