Definition of Pantheism | What is Pantheism?

What is Pantheism ? What means Pantheism? An easy definition of Pantheism.

                Pantheism is the belief that God and the universe are equivalent (the same thing). A pantheist believes that everything that exist is a part of God or that God is a part pf everything that exist.

The word `pantheism’ comes from the Greek word `pan’ means `all’ and `theism’ means `belief in God’.

 It’s a doctrine or philosophy that believes that the universe and everything in it is God is said to be pantheistic. Most pantheist believe that universe is scared and the earth and nature are divine. Most of the early Greek philosophers from Thales on to the Stoic's believe in some sort of pantheism.

Pantheism is an important part of many eastern religion such as Hinduism, Druidism and Taoism. Some Christian, Jews and Sufis are pantheists. However, majority of them believes that while God is in everything, there is more to God than just the universe.

Pantheism is the belief that God is present in all natural things. Pantheism regards God as wholly immanent in the world and tends to identify God with it. According to this theory, God is not a transcendental but an immanent being in the patio -temporal world. In poetry pantheism present belief that all life on earth in divine.

Note by:

Shila Akhter, NU,BD.

Easy definition of Pantheism.

Easy definition of Pantheism.

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