Translation of theism in Spanish:


teísmo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈθiːɪz(ə)m//ˈθiˌɪzəm/


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    teísmo masculine
    • There is little room for theism in this world view.
    • As long as Ted has had any beliefs of any kind, we may suppose, he has believed that God exists; theism is not a belief he came to.
    • However, his arguments for theism are significantly weakened because many are based on the assumption of the big bang and related concepts.
    • I have been contrasting two versions of theism and two views of creation.
    • Who is Dawkins, asks McGrath, to belittle theism when such giants of evolutionary theory did not?
    • It's an argument for theism but not specifically for Christianity.
    • Crews is correct in pointing out that a materialist view of the world is logically incompatible with each and every brand of theism.
    • Put more succinctly, theism is god-belief, and atheism is its absence.
    • Physicist Matt Young considers whether you can apply skeptical empiricism to religious belief and offers his own alternative to theism.
    • Should Christians rejoice in the number of converts to Christianity or theism in Australian society on the grounds that the cause of God is promoted?
    • Along the way, Polkinghorne argues that going beyond the basics of theism can make belief more credible to nonbelievers.
    • Finally, it is interesting to note that theism is not universally condemned in Buddhism.
    • Voltaire's attitude towards traditional theism is interesting to note.
    • He demonstrates the coherence and congruence of theism with the most recent advances in physics.
    • Certainly such a deity would not be the infinite creator God of orthodox theism.
    • Those looking to discredit religion and theism generally had only to focus on what is most obvious, consistent and rationally cogent in his work.
    • Finally, he defended theism and Christianity against common objections, such as the problem of evil.
    • Finally, Shelley observes that widespread theism constitutes no evidence for the existence of God.
    • That being impossible here, let us return to the topic of theism and the relation of evil to divine purpose.
    • In my view, indeed, the discrediting not only of the more superstitious types of theism but of any form of religious belief was one of the principal aims of Hume's philosophy.
    • Ralston argues not only that theism has a positive biological function for human culture and survival, but also that there is good reason to regard it as true.
    • Here liberal theism and varieties of natural theology seemed particularly dangerous.