pandeist

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English[edit]

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  • sometimes hyphenated or expressed as a phrase: pan-deist, pan deist
  • sometimes either the P or both the P and D are capitalized: Pandeist, PanDeist
  • variations of capitalization and spacing may be combined: Pan-deist, Pan-Deist, Pan Deist, Pan deist

Etymology[edit]

From pandeism +‎ -ist.

Noun[edit]

pandeist (plural pandeists)

  1. One who believes in pandeism, a blend of pantheism and deism.
    • 1975, American Jewish Congress, Judaism: A Quarterly Journal of Jewish Life and Thought p. 41:
      Is Gordon a pan-deist, or a monotheist?
    • 2003, Clay Colwell, BC Court rules FOR same sex marriage!!! YEAH!/CBC:
      Does that mean that it holds a majority of Christians as its subjects? That it was founded by Christians? That it must hold only to what Christians say, ignoring Jews, Muslims, non-deists, pandeists, and all other non-Christians?
  2. (rare) one who believes in the truth of all religions

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Adjective[edit]

pandeist (comparative more pandeist, superlative most pandeist)

  1. Of or relating to pandeism.
    • 1999, Brian R. West, Where is my God.
      [Y]ou're drifting somewhere in the Pandeist or Deist dogma, where god is either the universe itself or is a part of each person.
    • 2003: Paul La Porte, Social Work and Other Experiences in India:
      Indeed, most of the staff is either Hindu or Moslem, but they are full of these pan-deist ideas, and even Zahir deliberately used the Christian word "God" rather than "Allah" when talking with me.
    • 2007, John Lachs and Robert Talisse, American Philosophy: An Encyclopedia, p. 310.
      [S]ome pragmatists (such as William James) took a more pantheist or pandeist approach by rejecting views of God as separate from the world.

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Noun[edit]

pandeist c

  1. a pandeist

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