Re: virus: Religious Atheism

Wade T.Smith (
Thu, 11 Dec 97 18:02:05 -0500

>I see no reason to object -- except possibly to the name itself.

Well, and also to the fact that pantheism historically refers to a quite
specific belief state, best embodied by the Greco-Roman pantheons. (Which
BTW are IMHO the most imaginative and expressive theistic mythologies.)
There is still an aura of the supernatural to the word, yes?

So, yes, I find much with which to object.

Wade T. Smith | "There ain't nothin' you | shouldn't do to a god." |
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