Deism: the belief in a Creator, but not revealed religion. This is a place for the exploration of Deistic thought, and discussion of all things related to Deism: science, philosophy, theology, and more. All walks of life are welcome, so long as you come with constructive insight.#### Description de·ism /ˈdē-izəm/ : deism: the belief that God made a perfect machine when he made the universe and it runs on its own without further assistance from God; God does not actively guide or influence events in the world
Deism is the belief in a creator, but not revealed religion. Through reason and science we can explore the wonders of God's creation, but we cannot discover the whole truth of the Creator himself. It is within our ideals to be for the greater good, for progress and enlightenment, but not to judge others who have done us no wrong.
There is no church. This is a place for higher learning and community through reverence of the natural world.
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A FEW SIMPLE RULES:
Incendiary statements towards anyone or any opinion will not be tolerated. We are capable of adult discussion here, and that is what is expected.
Do not feed the trolls.
Do not use downvotes to express disagreement. Save them for those who contribute poorly, not differently.
There is no elitism here. Stay classy, r/deism.
Please read the wiki before posting questions about Deism. If you still have questions, great! We'd love to answer them.
"The creation is the Bible of the Deist. He there reads, in the handwriting of the Creator himself, the certainty of His existence and the immutability of His power, and all other Bibles and Testaments are to him forgeries."
-Thomas Paine, Age of Reason
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