Taoism

Nature of god daoism?

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2008-10-15 02:18:09
2008-10-15 02:18:09

Daoism or Taoism is primarily a Philosphy thus they don't have a personal god. Their god maybe classified under Pantheism ("it literally means "God is All" and "All is God".) is the view that everything is of an all-encompassing immanent abstract God; or that the Universe, or nature, and God are equivalent."

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