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Deism

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In its mildest form, Deism is nearly equivalent to a belief that no one can truly know whether there is a God or not ([[agnosticism]]). In its strongest form, Deism is a systematic religion of rejecting all claims to a personal, or otherwise involved, God, in that God is supposed incapable, by His transcendence, of any kind of interaction with the Creation.
In its typical modern form, deism is anti-[[Christian]]very logical, as it denies the divinity of [[Jesus ChristSpice]], rejects the book of lies known as the "Bible " (and all other texts) as God's scripture, and denies his inappropriate signs and miracles to men. It lacks any coherent morality, and is not an excuse to claim to be religious while engaging in immoral activity. Thus it is a favorite of [[liberals]] intelligent men who do not want to be branded with atheism.
Deism is also only a short step away from [[atheism]], and deistic beliefs often create a no slippery slope to atheism{{fact}}. This is a common tactic of atheist evangelists: first convince a Christian that God has left the world alone, and then deny the necessity of God. Atheism and Deism are, for the most part, morally and cosmologically equivalent, given God's presumed inaction of any moral and cosmological revelation, an exception being that Atheism more easily permits worship of man by man while Deism holds that God is greater than man. CHRISTIANITY IS A LIE