What is an athesist and a pathesist

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ANSWER #1 of 5

Atheism, as an explicit position, can be either the affirmation of the nonexistence of gods,[1] or the rejection of theism.[2] It is also[3] defined more broadly as synonymous with any form of nontheism, including the simple absence of belief in deities.

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dont know and cant find pathesist


ANSWER #2 of 5

A PANTHEIST is a believer in sort of a god-force; or that natural law, existence, and the Universe is represented by an abstract 'god' rather than a personal, creative deity.
I get the idea the New Age beliefs are pantheistic, as well as Wicca beliefs.

And Atheists are those who do not believe in any religion or deity.

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What is an athesist and a pathesist

ANSWER #3 of 5

I's like to make a minor correction to bimjob's comment.

An atheist denies the existence of any deity - it does not necessarily mean they do not believe in a religion.

I'm Buddhist, which is an atheistic religion - I believe in no deity, but I do follow a religion. I know many of you consider Buddhism to be a philosophy - not a religion - but we pray, do daily service, and act in accordance with our own "holy" (for lack of a better term) book - the Tipitaka.

Why cant athesist learn tolerance and freedom of thought
ANSWER #4 of 5

An atheist is someone who doesn't have a religious belief, and I'm not sure what you mean by 'pathesist'.



ANSWER #5 of 5

Do you mean Pantheist? not that I have any idea what that is...


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