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Theological knowledge Deism Open Theism Monotheism Henotheism Polytheism Duotheism

Theological knowledge more about theism, deism, open theism, monotheism, henotheism, polytheism, duotheism. What really they mean? Lilibeth: There is a lot of theism. Wow! Yes, Lilibeth. Usually, the people think only
about the Christian monotheism. But there are a lot of kinds of beliefs. Theism derives from the Ancient Greek word Theos (Θεός) which means “god”. Theism is the philosophical concept that defends the existence of gods, that is, superior divine entities that would have been responsible for the creation of the Universe and all the
things that exist in it. Peter: Could you talk about deism? Yes, Peter. Deism
Deism like theism, it is believed in the existence of a single god, creator of everything, but an impersonal god who does not intervene in the world. According to the British Encyclopedia “The Deists who presented purely rationalist
proofs for the existence of God, usually variations on the argument from the design or order of the universe, were able to derive support from the vision of the lawful physical world that Sir Isaac Newton had delineated. Indeed, in the 18th century, there was a tendency
to convert Newton into a matter-of-fact Deist a transmutation that was contrary to the spirit
of both his philosophical and his theological writings.” “God is in the shadows or beyond, and, though people may still in some way centre their
lives upon him, this calls for no radical adjustment at the human or finite level.” It means a distant god. Lilibeth: Another day I heard about open theism?
But I don’t know what it means. Lilibeth Open Theism. It is a religious practice where some of God’s main characteristics are removed: omnipresence,
omnipotence, and omniscience. This is also known as “the theology of openness”, “openness of God.” and “free will theism” Inside of open theism, the deity (God) cannot
know of the future. In this way, it causes God to continually
change his mind about his actions, according to the unfolding of events. To justify open theism, its advocates use passages from the Holy Scriptures to show
how surprised God is in some situations, as well as changing his mind and acquiring knowledge
from experience Genesis 6:6 The LORD was grieved that he
had made man on the earth, and his heart was filled with pain. Jonah 3:10 When God saw what they did and how they turned from their evil ways, He had compassion and did not bring upon them the destruction He had threatened. Monotheism: mono plus theism – belief in a unique god Examples of this are Jewish, Islamic and Christian
monotheism. It is possible to remember about Christian
monotheism that believes in one omnipotent, omnipresent and omniscient God who subsists
in three persons of the Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) as one God. There are disagreements among Christians who do not accept this trinitarianism, who believe only in the Father as God as the Jehovah’s Witness. Lilibeth: Could you talk more about trinitarianism? Yes, Lilibeth in another video. Polytheism: poly plus theism belief in various gods In many ancient cultures, their gods had human
characteristics (anthropomorphism), or the gods had hybrid forms of objects of nature, animals and humans. The polytheists do not possess some concepts
like a sense of purpose, salvation and eternal life, typically of the monotheists. Henotheism: ἕν plus theism belief one supreme god and in several gods Equivalent terms to this idea are “inclusive
monotheism” it permits include other gods and yet “monarchical polytheism”, or one supreme
god. One example of this the ancient Greeks, who had Zeus as the supreme god and other deities beneath him. Duotheism: duo plus theism belief in two supreme gods, and several gods. One example is the Wicca. The theological basis of Wicca is in the celebration and interaction with two deities: the female Goddess and the male God. Peter: Thank you for the class. Never mind. Remember, it’s time to break paradigms and prejudices! “Be bold and carry on”. Subscribe our Channel now, share with your
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