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A theistic religion is one that believes in one or more Gods. A monotheistic religion, like Christianity or Islam, believes in one God. A polytheistic religion, like Hinduism, believes in many Gods. A theist describes a person who believes in a God or many Gods. The opposite would be an atheist, who does not believe in God.

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OpinionAdvantages of looking at human nature form a theistic point of view include that people and their motives can be compartmentalised, ready assumptions made and dogmatic solutions, such as prayer or forgiveness, offerred for personal problems. A disadvantage is that the theistic viewpoint can be wrong.


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What are you if you have no belief?

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The definition of theistic?

Someone who is "theistic" is a believer in the Creator God, regardless of which religion s/he identifies with.


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How are theistic religions identified?

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By suggesting that you don't judge people automatically based on their theistic preference.


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