classical theism

classical theism

Christian Philosophy . . 2015.

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  • Classical theism — refers to the a form of Theism[specify] in distinction to modern ideas about God such as Theistic Personalism, Open Theism and Process Theism. Classical Theism began with the works of the Greek philosophers, especially Platonists and… …   Wikipedia

  • Classical theism — the view that there is one or more gods or goddesses.[13] More specifically, it may also mean the belief in God, a god, or gods, who is/are actively involved in maintaining the Universe. A theist can also take the position that he does not have… …   Mini philosophy glossary

  • theism, classical —    Classical theism is an approach to the doctrine of God that emphasises unchanging being, divine transcendence and sovereignty as captured in a set of divine attributes that typically includes atemporal eternity, immutability, impassibility and …   Christian Philosophy

  • theism —    Theism is the doctrine that God exists or that a divine being exists.    See theism, classical; theism, open    Further reading: Aquinas 1963 80; Hill, Daniel J. 2005; Swinburne 1993a …   Christian Philosophy

  • Theism — the view that there is one or more gods or goddesses.[13] More specifically, it may also mean the belief in God, a god, or gods, who is/are actively involved in maintaining the Universe. A theist can also take the position that he does not have… …   Mini philosophy glossary

  • theism — theist /thee ist/, n., adj. theistic, theistical, adj. theistically, adv. /thee iz euhm/, n. 1. the belief in one God as the creator and ruler of the universe, without rejection of revelation (distinguished from deism). 2. belie …   Universalium

  • Open theism — is a recent theological movement that has developed within evangelical and post evangelical Protestant Christianity as a response to certain ideas that are related to the synthesis of Greek philosophy and Christian theology. Several of these… …   Wikipedia

  • Liberal theism — is the philosophical and religious belief in the existence of a deity without adhering to an established religion. The exact definition can be debated. Liberal theists often hold to the belief that all religions lead to the truth. Liberal theists …   Wikipedia

  • Monistic theism — the view that there is one or more gods or goddesses.[13] More specifically, it may also mean the belief in God, a god, or gods, who is/are actively involved in maintaining the Universe. A theist can also take the position that he does not have… …   Mini philosophy glossary

  • Open theism — the view that there is one or more gods or goddesses.[13] More specifically, it may also mean the belief in God, a god, or gods, who is/are actively involved in maintaining the Universe. A theist can also take the position that he does not have… …   Mini philosophy glossary

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