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This video lecture discusses very briefly the meaning of Deism. It specifically addresses the question, “What is Deism?”.
🤍 Deism was a religion that was popular with Enlightenment philosophes of the 18th century in Europe and America. In contrast to "revealed" religions, such as Christianity, which rely on divine revelation from religious prophets or sacred texts, Deism is a "natural" religion, relying only on what can be empirically observed in nature to construct one's belief system. In this short lecture, I contrast the revealed religion of Christianity vs. the natural religion of Deism. This video is targeted mainly toward students taking AP US History and/or AP European History. Both courses require students to have a working knowledge of the foundations of Deist thought. I am aware that other videos out there may go more in depth and I'm okay with that.
When speaking about religion, attention is often brought to the five major world religions: Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism and Buddhism. These traditions dominate public religious life and for that reason, they grab a lot of attention in the world. During the early 17th century, which is commonly known as the Age of Enlightenment, a philosophical movement developed where intellectuals, philosophers and theologians saw moral and social problems with organised religions. Biblical stories were in contradiction with new scientific discoveries and as a result, these thinkers began to use ‘reason’ to attempt to understand knowledge of the divine and absolute truth. It can be understood as the ‘religion of nature’, meaning that one could understand God through reason, rationality and an objective inquiry into natural phenomena. This movement was called Deism and in this video, we will be looking to understand this philosophy, including its historical origins, its rationality and also its criticisms in the 21st century. I hope you enjoy this video and without further adieu, You’re watching All Things Humanities. Sources: Piland, Tiffany (2011). "The Influence and Legacy of Deism in Eighteenth Century America". Master of Liberal Studies Theses. Natural Religion and the Nature of Religion.The Legacy of Deism, Peter Byrne 2013. Basil Willey, The Seventeenth Century Background: Studies in the Thought of the Age in Relation to Poetry and Religion, 1934, p.59ff. Sarfati, Yusuf (15 April 2019). "State Monopolization of Religion and Declining Piety in Turkey". Berkley Forum. Washington, D.C.: Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs (Georgetown University). Archived from the original on 16 May 2021. Retrieved 17 January 2022. Hume, David (1779). The Natural History of Religion. “The primary religion of mankind arises chiefly from an anxious fear of future events; and what ideas will naturally be entertained of invisible, unknown powers, while men lie under dismal apprehensions of any kind, may easily be conceived. Every image of vengeance, severity, cruelty, and malice must occur, and must augment the ghastliness and horror which oppresses the amazed religionist. .. And no idea of perverse wickedness can be framed, which those terrified devotees do not readily, without scruple, apply to their deity.” (Section XIII)
Is God actively involved in the world, or did He wind up the universe like a clock and walk away? In this brief clip, R.C. Sproul examines how the Enlightenment produced the religion of deism, which remains influential today. Watch the full message: 🤍
The overall view of Deism is to use Reason as the foundation, and Experience and Nature as the basis of belief. From there though... it varies from Deist to Deist. At the core, it is the belief in the existence of a personal God , based solely on the testimony of reason and rejecting any supernatural revelation; natural religion. Simple enough, however to truly understand Deism, one must understand the foundation... or the start. In this video, I share with you what "Classical Deism" is and explain how Deism branches out from there. As Deists, we all share similar beliefs... but with individual exposure to things like physics/quantum physics, biology, evolution, philosophy, theology, psychology, mathematics, etc... our beliefs begin to adjust in accordance with our new understanding of the world around us. That's the beauty of Deism in my opinion. Through reason, we can expand and improve on our belief. One is not held to any particular classification of Deism, but we all pretty much recognize (if not, just appreciate) its foundation. Join me as I explain... and by all means... join in the conversation. devout Deism Want to learn more? Pick up my book "Reason, Religion and the Trinion Contradictions" from Amazon! 🤍
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What is Deism ? Hemant Mehta (🤍) Deism is the belief that reason and observation of the natural world are sufficient to determine the existence of God, accompanied with the rejection of revelation and authority as a source of religious knowledge. Deism gained prominence in the 17th and 18th centuries during the Age of Enlightenment—especially in Britain, France, Germany, and in the United States—among intellectuals raised as Christians who believed in one god, but found fault with organized religion and did not believe in supernatural events such as miracles, the inerrancy of scriptures, or the Trinity. more at: 🤍 Join the conversation. Leave your questions and comments below and we'll try to address them in future videos. Don't forget to subscribe for more! Also, follow us at ... 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Desim explained! A brief and easy to understand explanation of what deism is and an outline of the main points of the father of deism, Lord Herbert of Cherbury... DEISM = belief in the existence of a supreme being, specifically of a creator who does not intervene in the universe. A certain body of religious knowledge is inborn in every person or can be acquired by the use of reason. There is no need for religious knowledge acquired through either revelation or the teaching of any church. ENGLISH DEISM Lord Herbert of Cherbury (1583—1648) - Known as the father of English Deism - The common notions of religion are, he holds, the following: - (1) that there is a supreme Deity; - (2) that this Deity ought to be worshipped; - (3) that virtue combined with piety is the chief part of divine worship; - (4) that men should repent of their sins and turn from them; - (5) that reward and punishment follow from the goodness and justice of God, both in this life and after it. - What is contrary to the 'five points' is contrary to reason and therefore false.
The Deism Philosophy by 🤍 Deism is a form of Monotheism , in which it is believed that one God exists, but that this God does not intervene ,in the world, or interfere with human life ,and the laws of the universe. It posits a non-interventionist creator who permits the universe to run itself according to natural laws. Deism is the belief in a supreme being, who remains unknowable and untouchable. God is viewed as merely the “first cause” and underlying principle of rationality in the universe. Deists believe in a god of nature a noninterventionist creator who permits the universe to run itself according to natural laws. Like a “clockmaker god” initiating the cosmic process, the universe moves forward, without needing God’s supervision. Deism believes that precise and unvarying laws define the universe as self-operating and self-explanatory. These laws reveal themselves through “the light of reason and nature.” Since the latter part of the 18th century, deism used science to justify its stance. Scientists, like Sir Isaac Newton, were able to elaborate more and more to explain how the universe and everything around us worked. Deists believe that God’s existence can be seen in nature, using the God-given ability of reason– and should not depend on faith. Deists also do not believe in obedience to a church or a book, or supernatural manifestations. Deists believe in science and natural history and see God as a great cosmic watchmaker, who designed the universe, wound it up, and then let it run. The Deism Religion is a natural religion , based on natural widsom of the nature . Fear is present when we forget that ,we are a part of God's divine design. Learning to experience authentic love means ,abandoning ego's insistence, that you have much to fear ,and that you are in an unfriendly world. You can make the decision ,to be free from fear ,and doubt ,and return to the brilliant light of love that is always with you. Give yourself a gift of five minutes of contemplation ,in awe of everything you see around you. Go outside, and turn your attention to the many miracles around you. This five-minute-a-day regimen of appreciation ,and gratitude, will help you to focus your life in awe. One of the most important decisions you'll ever make is ,choosing the kind of universe you exist in: is it helpful and supportive ,or hostile and unsupportive? Your answer to this question ,will make all the difference in terms of, how you live your life ,and what kind of health , wealth and happiness , you attract. You cannot always control what goes on outside. But you can always control what goes on inside. I implore you to see the universe as a warm and supportive one ,because you'll look for evidence to support this view. When you anticipate that the universe is friendly, you see friendly people. You look for circumstances to work in your favor. You anticipate good fortune flowing into your life. Having a mind that is open to everything ,and attached to nothing, seems to me to be one of the most basic principles that you can adopt to contribute to individual and world peace. Stop acting as if life is a rehearsal. Live this day as if it were your last. The past is over and gone. The future is not guaranteed. It makes no sense to worry about things you have no control over ,because there's nothing you can do about them, and why worry about things you do control? The activity of worrying keeps you immobilized. Begin noticing and being careful about keeping your imagination free of thoughts ,that you do not wish to materialize. Instead, initiate a practice of filling your creative thoughts ,to overflow with ideas and wishes, that you fully intend to manifest. Honor your imaginings regardless of others seeing them as crazy or impossible. The components of anxiety, stress, fear, and anger do not exist independently of you in the world. They simply do not exist in the physical world, even though we talk about them as if they do. The truth is that , there is no actual stress or anxiety in the world; it's your thoughts that create these false beliefs. You can't package stress, touch it, or see it. There are only people engaged in stressful thinking. In a universe that's an intelligent system ,with a divine creative force supporting it, there simply can be no accidents. As tough as it is to acknowledge, you had to go through what you went through ,in order to get to where you are today, and the evidence is that you did.
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By Leonard Long, 23rd July, 2015. Deism is the belief that a God made the universe, and then was all hands off. Deists believed in God but denied that he was active in the history of Israel or in the person of Jesus of Nazareth. The Deist debate exploded in Britain around 1700. Deism developed from the "Scientific Revolution" in the 17th century and then became the philosophical basis of Critical Liberal Theology, which broke the tie between Western academic theology and Christian theism. Deism was the isthmus between the continents of theism and atheism and developed into one-way traffic from theism to atheism during the 18th century. However, in 2005 Antony Flew, probably the most eminent atheist philosopher of the 20th century, converted from atheism to deism before his death. Is this the beginning of the reversal of flow across the isthmus of deism? Leonard Long provides an overview of the deist debate in Britain and show its relevance to our current situation. It should help us to understand our history and the forces that have affected our culture.
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What is God? Where is God? Would we recognize even a portion of God when we saw it? Where would we even look to begin with? Many people often look for God as a single entity. I'm not so sure this is the right approach. In this video, I explain why we might be taking the wrong approach. These are just ideas... or questions really. But something to consider all the same. devout Deism
Another piece of the debate Turek vs. Hitchens at VCU in Richmond, VA complete at: 🤍 CH argument: There is an infinite possibility of "god-assertions" (Ra, Jehova, Huitzlopochtli, etc. up to the "personal god") that cannot be disproven. Atheists however do not deny those gods existence, which is logically impossible, they simply say there is no empirical evidence for such an assertion. Deism, while being empirically not necessary -science offers better explanations- is also not Theism: the argument from design does not imply (and cannot) the Christian god or any interventionist god. Further, the spiritual language of many scientists does not necessarily mean they believe in god. Interesting for those who want to learn how to argue consistently: 🤍
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the idea that God created the universe and then left it for humans to understand by reason not revelation. Edward Herbert, 1583-1648 (pictured above) held that there were five religious truths: belief in a Supreme Being, the need to worship him, the pursuit of a virtuous life as the best form of worship, repentance, and reward or punishment after death. Others developed these ideas in different ways yet their opponents in England's established Church collected them under the label of Deists, called Herbert the Father of Deism and attacked them as a movement, and Deist books were burned. Over time, reason and revelation found a new balance in the Church in England, while Voltaire and Thomas Paine explored the ideas further, leading to their re-emergence in the French and American Revolutions. With Richard Serjeantson, Fellow and Lecturer in History at Trinity College, Cambridge; Katie East, Lecturer in History at Newcastle University; and Thomas Ahnert, Professor of Intellectual History at the University of Edinburgh. Producer: Simon Tillotson. READING LIST: Justin Champion, The Pillars of Priestcraft Shaken: The Church of England and its Enemies, 1660–1730 (Cambridge University Press, 1992) Justin Champion, Republican Learning: John Toland and the Crisis of Christian Culture, 1696–1722 (Manchester University Press, 2003) Peter Harrison, ‘Religion’ and the Religions in the English Enlightenment (Cambridge University Press, 1990) Wayne Hudson, The English Deists: Studies in Early Enlightenment (Routledge, 2008) Wayne Hudson, Enlightenment and Modernity: The English Deists and Reform (Routledge, 2009) Peter Gay (ed.), Deism: An Anthology (Van Nostrand, 1968) Thomas Paine (ed. Eric Foner), Collected Writings (Library of America, 1995), especially The Age of Reason, being an Investigation of True and Fabulous Theology (first published 1794) Roy Porter, Enlightenment: Britain and the Creation of the Modern World (Allen Lane, 2000) David Sorkin, The Religious Enlightenment: Protestants, Jews, and Catholics from London to Vienna (Princeton University Press, 2011) Charles Taylor, A Secular Age (Harvard University Press, 2007), esp. Part II John Toland (eds. Philip McGuinness, Alan Harrison and Richard Kearney), Christianity not Mysterious: Text, Associated Works and Critical Essays (first published 1696; Lilliput Press, 1997) N. L. Torrey, Voltaire and the English Deists (Yale University Press, 1930) Kerry S. Walters, The American Deists: Voices of Reason and Dissent in the Early Republic (University Press of Kansas, 1992) Kerry S. Walters, Revolutionary Deists: Early America's Rational Infidels (Prometheus Books, 2011) Jeffrey R. Wigelsworth, Deism in Enlightenment England: Theology, Politics, and Newtonian Public Science (Manchester University Press, 2009)
During the 17th and 18th centuries, many "freethinking" Europeans embraced Deism, a theology that subjected religious truth to the authority of human reason. In colonial America, Deism found few adherents, but those who were attracted to it tended to be wealthy and educated, leaders in colonial society and politics. Today, debate swirls around the role Deism played in the founding of the nation. What was this "religion of nature"? How can we explain it to students? Who among the Founders were Deists? What influence did Deism have on the culture of the new nation? Webinar Leader: Smith, Ryan K. (Associate Professor of History, Virginia Commonwealth University) #History #Religion #AmericanHistory #IntellectualHistory #ThirteenColonies #AmericanEnlightenment
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A quick description clarifying the distinctions between Deism and theism.
Find us at 🤍 subscribe on itunes at 🤍 Today I tell a bit of my own journey to Deism, how I was raised Catholic, left that church and later became a Methodist. How all along the way I never truly believed in main stream revealed religion and how though a lot of study of spirituality I became spiritually homeless, with no name for what I was. Eventually a chance encounter led to the word Deism. I also discuss “the point” of Deism, which I have found both members of revealed religion and agnostics/atheists tend to question. Basically if God doesn’t judge you or get involved in your daily life why bother? To many Deists this question may seem ridiculous but for those who are new to the concept I can see why it would come up.
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The creed of the new American religion is basically this: God is nice and we are nice, so we should all be nice. The goal of life is to be happy and to feel good about oneself, and good people will go to heaven when they die. Some who profess this creed also profess to be Christian. In this message, Dr. Michael Horton explains how biblical Christianity has been replaced by this vacuous moralistic and therapeutic deism. This message is from our 2010 West Coast Conference, Christless Christianity: 🤍 Purchase this conference on DVD: 🤍
Welcome to Deism 🤍 Deism is the belief in a supreme being, who remains unknowable and untouchable. God is viewed as merely the “first cause” and underlying principle of rationality in the universe. Deists believe in a god of nature a noninterventionist creator who permits the universe to run itself according to natural laws. Like a “clockmaker god” initiating the cosmic process, the universe moves forward, without needing God’s supervision. Deism believes that precise and unvarying laws define the universe as self-operating and self-explanatory. These laws reveal themselves through “the light of reason and nature.” Reliance on the power of reasoning exchanges faith for human logic. Here are some examples of deist reasoning: God is identified through nature and reason, not revelation. Deists who believe in God, or at least a divine principle, follow few if any of the other tenets and practices of Christianity, Judaism, or any religion believing in a personal God. Any deist god is an eternal entity whose power is equal to his/her will. Some deists believe in Jesus Christ, while others do not. Most deists give regard to the moral teachings of Jesus. The Bible is not accepted as the infallible Word of God. Deists refute evidence of Jesus’ incarnation of God on earth. They deny the credibility of any writings from the Apostles or any “Spirit-inspired” writings. Deism has no creed, articles of faith, or holy book. Neither Satan nor hell exists, only symbols of evil which can be overcome by man’s own reasoning. Man is qualified to decide what reasonable path to follow regarding morals. Deists refer to themselves as “freethinkers.” Deists reject revelations and visions. There is no place for the nonsense of miracles and prophecies in an enlightened deist’s life. Deism has no need for ministers, priests, or rabbis. All an individual requires is their own common sense and the ability to contemplate their human condition.
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