pandeism_fish (pandeism_fish) wrote in omnitheism,

Omnitheism and Pandeism

I'm noticing a lot of weird parallels between Omnitheism and Pandeism -- both are hybrid Greek and Latin words, but with the parts inverted -- Latin Omni, meaning all and Greek Theism, meaning God, compared to Greek Pan, meaning all and Latin Deism, meaning God.... you'd think they would mean the same thing (or that Pandeism would be the same as Pantheism, and there would be such a thing as Omnideism to complete the loop), but they are different although at least a few authors have used Pandeism when they mean to express Omnitheism.... I think perhaps these are sort of complementary theories!!
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