Category:Pantheistic arguments

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[[:Category:Pantheistic arguments|Pantheistic arguments]] are based on assertions which define god as equivalent to nature - once god has been defined as "everything", clearly god exists.
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[[:Category:Pantheistic arguments|Pantheistic arguments]] are based on assertions which define god as equivalent to everything - once god has been defined as "everything", clearly god exists.
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The problem with this argument is twofold:
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# If "god" is defined as "everything", then the concept of god is essentially meaningless in any other context
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::* There is no particular reason to use the term "god", as opposed to "nature", or any other term.  See: [[ignostic]].
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# The pantheist argument is not an argument for any faith which makes any statement regarding the qualities of "god", since in pantheism "god" has no properties other than existence.
 
[[Category: Arguments for the existence of God]]
 
[[Category: Arguments for the existence of God]]

Latest revision as of 20:03, 9 February 2009

Pantheistic arguments are based on assertions which define god as equivalent to everything - once god has been defined as "everything", clearly god exists.

The problem with this argument is twofold:

  1. If "god" is defined as "everything", then the concept of god is essentially meaningless in any other context
  • There is no particular reason to use the term "god", as opposed to "nature", or any other term. See: ignostic.
  1. The pantheist argument is not an argument for any faith which makes any statement regarding the qualities of "god", since in pantheism "god" has no properties other than existence.

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