1 thought on “What are the main differences, if any, between pantheism and Christianity’s monotheism?

  1. Pantheism is the belief that God is equivalent to nature or the forces of the universe while christian monotheism is the belief that there is one God, and that the fulness of the Godhead is manifested in Jesus Christ. In addition, Christian Monotheism is the belief that Father, Son and Holy Ghost are manifestations, modes, offices, or relationships, that the one has used to display Himself to man.

    The difference therefore is Pantheism – identifies the created elements while Christian Monotheism identifies the creator of these elements.

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