Category:Pantheistic arguments

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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
    1. There is no particular reason to use the term "god", as opposed to "nature", or any other term. See: ignostic.
  2. 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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