pandeistic beliefs are deistic.

I believe that all sentient beings have a bioelectrical aura which has their consciousness. When an individual dies their aura (or soul) goes to one of two bioelectrical plains, where you go depends on the density of your soul, and the density of your soul depends on if you were good or not. Basically your good deeds must outweigh your bad deeds (where you go doesn’t have anything to do with what religion you are).

A deist believes that God exists and created the world, but does not interfere with His creation.

"But in Deism our reason and our belief become happily united. The wonderful structure of the universe, and everything we behold in the system of the creation, prove to us, far better than books can do, the existence of a God, and at the same time proclaim His attributes."

Deism: Its history, beliefs and practices

While classical deism adheres to a view of God as a Creator who has no personal relationship with humanity, some modern deist teachings suggest a view of God that defies the category of being personal or impersonal but is rather transpersonal, or simply beyond understanding.

How does the Christian faith compare and contrast with deism?

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In addition, deism's rejection of supernatural miracles is at odds with the many miracles recorded in the Bible.

A final note of difference is found in the contrast between deism's impersonal view of God and Christianity's personal view of God.

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Deism became important during the Age of Enlightenment in 17th and 18th Century Western worldviews, also influencing some early American intellectuals and political leaders.

Some aspects of deism include the belief that God is not involved in His creation, the rejection of supernatural miracles, the rejection of the Bible as the inspired Word of God (though many Deists believe it is a good book), and the rejection of the Christian belief in the Trinity.

Mar 23, 2009 · What are the beliefs of Deism

Others take a deistic view of God, believing He exists but is not involved in the world, and everything proceeds along an uninterrupted, natural course.

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Is Deism a form of atheism? No. Atheism teaches that there is no God. Deism teaches there is a God. Deism rejects the "revelations" of the "revealed" religions but does not reject God.

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Deism is the belief that God, or a god, exists; this belief is based solely on evidence from the natural world and human reason apart from the revelation of the Bible or other sacred writings.

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If Deism teaches a belief in God, then what is the difference between Deism and the other religions like Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, etc.? Deism is, as stated above, based on nature and reason, not "revelation." All the other religions (with the possible exception of Taoism, ) make claim to special divine revelation or they have requisite "holy" books. Deism has neither. In Deism there is no need for a preacher, priest or rabbi. All one needs in Deism is their own common sense and the creation to contemplate.