What follows are short definitions of 43 major philosophical doctrines that are almost all relevant to theology and theological truths in some way or form. They are either relevant in that they either propose views that are contentious to theological truths, possess similarities, or assist in clarification. Irrespective of what relevance they have, they are important for Christian believers to at least be familiar with, even if that is limited to the definitions of the respective worldviews for now.
Atheism – Atheism can include the following:
- Agnostic Atheism – An individual who claims that he does not to know whether or not God and/or the supernatural exists but decides to not believe in them.
- Anti-Theism – The view that theism, religion, and belief in God must be opposed. The individual believes that religious belief is both dangerous and harmful. Anti-theists are often Strong Atheists.
- Apatheism – The individual…
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