Exploring the Theological Attributes of God

CHART #1 - COMPARISON OF VARIOUS FORMS OF DOGMATIC-THEISM AND ATHEISM


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[cm_tooltip_parse]These charts serve as a quick reference to the defining attributes of each respective theology and in the case of atheism, 'anti-theology.' Like the various branches of dogmatic theism which tend to present information as inevitable fact and follow a hierarchy which dictates the 'truth' that  its followers subscribe to, real atheists also believe that their ideas about the non-existence of G-d are infallibly try. It's also worth noting the infinite time/space category which requires either infinite universes, infinite time, or both in order to resolve the complexity of the universe into a reductionist, accidental, and material world view.  From a practical standpoint, this is indeed a leap of faith that has no evidence, has never been verified, and many scientists speculate that it may never be.[/cm_tooltip_parse]

CHART #2 - COMPARISON OF VARIOUS FORMS OF DEISM


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[cm_tooltip_parse]Unlike Theism and Atheism, All forms of deism fall into the positive-agnostic spectrum and as such are open to entertain any plausible speculation. For example, a Deist likely wouldn't say that G-d intervenes, but might speculate that God could act upon the universe through providence. Similarly, a Panendeist may favor a mindful universe model, but be open to entertaining the idea of a 'G-d of physics' that set everything in motion.[/cm_tooltip_parse]

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