Pantheism\PanetheismVeritas Aequitas wrote: ↑Sat Oct 12, 2019 7:42 amEven in pantheism, the Universe is a manifestation of God, which by implication means creating the Universe but play no active part in it thereafter like the personal God.Skepdick wrote: ↑Sat Oct 12, 2019 7:05 amNo it doesn't. Theism implies a belief in a God.
The term leaves open the questions "What is God?" and "What does it mean to believe (or not believe) in God?".
e.g Pantheism. What is God? God is the Universe.
What does it even mean to believe (or not believe) in God-The-Universe?
Personally in my experience and comprehension of this entity - God - Panentheism is the best glove that fits.
It is extremely personable btw, although I would advise keep away - this doG bites.
Does that mean that God created the universe - NO.
It means, that what man conceives of, indeed perceives of the universe IS God. And what can man perceive? Reality...and that's our limit.
Ergo - God is the construct behind our reality and what we perceive is the 'universe' ...whatever the fuck that is.
Do you comprehend the difference?