Pantheism holds that the cosmos, taken or conceived of as a whole, is synonymous with the theological principle of God. The universe is divine, and the earth sacred. Pantheists do not propose belief in a deity; rather, they hold nature itself as holy. Pantheism reconciles science and religion through ecology leading to strong environmental awareness. Pantheists belive in Divine Immanence. To the Pantheist, divinity does not transcend reality; it surrounds, and is within. All share in divinity. This leads the pantheist to personal ethics of tolerance and understanding. See also the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy definition of Pantheism
A philosophical exploration of spirituality, human behaviour, and the quest for the meaning of life.
One form of Australian Aboriginal Spirituality.
A description of Pantheism, and some common forms.
Definition of Pantheism from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
An online home for Pantheists, Panentheists and Cosmotheists, bringing groups dedicated to Pantheist lifeways and philosophy together with individuals practicing or exploring the belief.
The WPM is a membership organization dedicated to the promotion of natural/scientific pantheism, revering the Universe, caring for Nature, and celebrating life.
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