- Nov 3, 2010 So, I am not sure whether I could be truly transtheistic.
- Existence of God - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Aug 15, 2007 Theism · Theology. Transtheism. Specific conceptions.
- Rockwell Religious studies symposium and BuRkitt puBlic lectuRe
- John Stroup, Rice University.
- Pandeism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Mar 3, 2011 Agnosticism Apatheism Atheism Deism. Henotheism Monolatrism Monotheism. Panentheism Pantheism Transtheism.
- Buddhism and atheism
- and could be called transtheistic as well (see S.G.F.
- Evolutionary Spirituality: Coming Home to Reality
- Jan 19, 2010 transtheist/creatheist or religious naturalist). Indeed, what distinguishes a muscular form of.
- The Forbidden Gospels: Transtheism or Supratheism?
- Mar 12, 2009 I'm considering two names for this phenonemon. Transtheism or Supratheism.
- Are you an Igtheist or a Transtheist? « Philip Carr-Gomm's Weblog
- Nov 3, 2010 Transtheism refers to a system of thought or religious philosophy which is neither theistic, nor atheistic.
- transtheism - Wiktionary
-  Etymology. Back-formation from transtheistic, a term coined by Heinrich Zimmer for the theological system in Jainism.
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