Theology

Theological Term of the Week: Theism

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Today, I’m kicking off a new series! You’ll be able to access it soon beneath the “Series” tab at the top of this page. It should air each and every Monday, unless I’m Providentially hindered. I am writing this series for myself, to enhance my own study of theology, but I thought it might help others, too. I remember things better if I write them down – or type them out – so here it is. I will not be adding my own thoughts or trying to debate any issues, just defining words.

Yep. Exciting stuff. 😉

These definitions are from a booklet that my church publishes called TERMINOLOGY: English Words and Terms which Identify Doctrinal Truth and Error. If you’d like to order your own copy, just let me know. They cost $3, shipping included.

Part I – Words and Terms Describing the Philosophies of God:

This week’s term:

Theism – From the Greek (theos); The belief in divine existence. 

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