Potentially Spiritually And Mentally Enslaving Ism’s

In the presence of God and of Christ Jesus, who will judge the living and the dead, and in view of his appearing and his kingdom, I give you this charge: Preach the word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage—with great patience and careful instruction. For the time will come when people will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear. They will turn their ears away from the truth and turn aside to myths. But you, keep your head in all situations, endure hardship, do the work of an evangelist, discharge all the duties of your ministry.
2 Timothy 4:1-5

 

absurdism – doctrine that we live in an irrational universe

academicism – doctrine that nothing can be known

accidentalism – theory that events do not have causes

acosmism – disbelief in existence of eternal universe distinct from God

adamitism – nakedness for religious reasons

adiaphorism – doctrine of theological indifference or latitudinarianism

adoptionism – belief that Christ was the adopted and not natural son of God

aestheticism – doctrine that beauty is central to other moral principles

agathism – belief in ultimate triumph of good despite evil means

agnosticism – doctrine that we can know nothing beyond material phenomena

anthropotheism – belief that gods are only deified men

antilapsarianism – denial of doctrine of the fall of humanity

asceticism – doctrine that self-denial of the body permits spiritual enlightenment

atheism – belief that there is no God

atomism – belief that the universe consists of small indivisible particles

autosoterism – belief that one can obtain salvation through oneself

bitheism – belief in two gods

bonism – the doctrine that the world is good but not perfect

bullionism – An economic theory that defines wealth by the amount of precious metals owned

capitalism – doctrine that private ownership and free markets should govern economies

casualism – the belief that chance governs all things

catastrophism – belief in rapid geological and biological change

collectivism – the practice or principle of giving a group priority over each individual in it

conceptualism – theory that universal truths exist as mental concepts

conservatism – belief in maintaining political and social traditions

constructivism – belief that knowledge and reality do not have an objective value

cosmism – belief that the cosmos is a self-existing whole

cosmotheism – the belief that identifies God with the cosmos

ditheism – belief in two equal gods, one good and one evil

ditheletism – doctrine that Christ had two wills

dualism – doctrine that the universe is controlled by one good and one evil force

egoism – doctrine that the pursuit of self-interest is the highest good

egotheism – identification of oneself with God

empiricism – doctrine that the experience of the senses is the only source of knowledge

entryism – doctrine of joining a group to change its policies

epiphenomenalism – doctrine that mental processes are epiphenomena of brain activity

eternalism – the belief that matter has existed eternally

eudaemonism – ethical belief that happiness equals morality

euhemerism – explanation of mythology as growing out of history

existentialism – doctrine of individual human responsibility in an unfathomable universe

fallibilism – the doctrine that empirical knowledge is uncertain

fatalism – doctrine that events are fixed and humans are powerless

fortuitism – belief in evolution by chance variation

functionalism – doctrine emphasising utility and function

gradualism – belief that things proceed by degrees

hedonism – belief that pleasure is the highest good

henotheism – belief in one tribal god, but not as the only god

historicism – belief that all phenomena are historically determined

humanism – belief that human interests and mind are paramount

humanitarianism – doctrine that the highest moral obligation is to improve human welfare

hylicism – materialism

hylomorphism – belief that matter is cause of the universe

hylopathism – belief in ability of matter to affect the spiritual world

hylotheism – belief that the universe is purely material

hylozoism – doctrine that all matter is endowed with life

idealism – belief that our experiences of the world consist of ideas

identism – doctrine that objective and subjective, or matter and mind, are identical

ignorantism – doctrine that ignorance is a favourable thing

illusionism – belief that the external world is philosophy

immaterialism – the doctrine that there is no material substance

immoralism – a philisophy that does not accept moral principles

indifferentism – the belief that all religions are equally valid

instrumentalism – doctrine that ideas are instruments of action

irreligionism – system of belief that is hostile to religions

kathenotheism – polytheism in which each god is considered single and supreme

latitudinarianism – doctrine of broad liberality in religious belief and conduct

legalism – belief that salvation depends on strict adherence to the law

liberalism – a political orientation that favors social progress by reform and by changing laws rather than by revolution

libertarianism – doctrine that personal liberty is the highest value

malism – the belief that the world is evil

materialism – belief that matter is the only extant substance

mechanism – belief that life is explainable by mechanical forces

meliorism – the belief the world tends to become better

mentalism – belief that the world can be explained as aspect of the mind

monadism – theory that there exist ultimate units of being

monism – belief that all things can be placed in one category

mortalism – belief that the soul is mortal

mutualism – belief in mutual dependence of society and the individual

nativism – belief that the mind possesses inborn thoughts

naturalism – belief that the world can be explained in terms of natural forces

necessarianism – theory that actions are determined by prior history; fatalism

neovitalism – theory that total material explanation is impossible

nihilism – denial of all reality; extreme scepticism

nominalism – doctrine that naming of things defines reality

noumenalism – belief in existence of noumena

nullibilism – denial that the soul exists in space

objectivism – doctrine that all reality is objective

omnism – belief in all religions

optimism – doctrine that this world is the best of all possible worlds

organicism – conception of life or society as an organism

panaesthetism – theory that consciousness may inhere generally in matter

pancosmism – theory that the material universe is all that exists

panegoism – solipsism

panpsychism – theory that all nature has a psychic side

pansexualism – theory that all thought derived from sexual instinct

panspermatism – belief in origin of life from extraterrestrial germs

pantheism – belief that the universe is God; belief in many gods

panzoism – belief that humans and animals share vital life energy

parallelism – belief that matter and mind don’t interact but relate

pejorism – severe pessimism

perfectionism – doctrine that moral perfection constitutes the highest value

pessimism – doctrine that the universe is essentially evil

phenomenalism – belief that phenomena are the only realities

physicalism – belief that all phenomena reducible to verifiable assertions

polytheism – belief in multiple deities

positivism – doctrine that that which is not observable is not knowable

prescriptivism – belief that moral edicts are merely orders with no truth value

primitivism – doctrine that a simple and natural life is morally best

privatism – attitude of avoiding involvement in outside interests

probabiliorism – belief that when in doubt one must choose most likely answer

probabilism – belief that knowledge is always probable but never absolute

psilanthropism – denial of Christ’s divinity

psychism – belief in universal soul

psychomorphism – doctrine that inanimate objects have human mentality

psychopannychism – belief souls sleep from death to resurrection  (Jehovah’s Witness Belief)

pyrrhonism – total or radical skepticism

quietism – doctrine of enlightenment through mental tranquility

racism – belief that race is the primary determinant of human capacities

realism – doctrine that objects of cognition are real

representationalism – doctrine that ideas rather than external objects are basis of knowledge

republicanism – belief that a republic is the best form of government

resistentialism – humorous theory that inanimate objects display malice towards humans

romanticism – belief in sentimental feeling in artistic expression

sacerdotalism – belief that priests are necessary mediators between God and mankind

sacramentarianism – belief that sacraments have unusual properties

scientism – belief that the methods of science are universally applicable

self-determinism – doctrine that the actions of a self are determined by itself

sensationalism – belief that ideas originate solely in sensation

siderism – belief that the stars influence human affairs

skepticism – doctrine that true knowledge is always uncertain

socialism – doctrine of centralized state control of wealth and property

solarism – excessive use of solar myths in explaining mythology

solipsism – theory that self-existence is the only certainty

somatism – materialism

spatialism – doctrine that matter has only spatial, temporal and causal properties

spiritualism – belief that nothing is real except the soul or spirit

stoicism – belief in indifference to pleasure or pain

subjectivism – doctrine that all knowledge is subjective

syndicalism – doctrine of direct worker control of capital

terminism – doctrine that there is a time limit for repentance

thanatism – belief that the soul dies with the body

totemism – belief that a group has a special kinship with an object or animal

tritheism – belief that the members of the Trinity are separate gods 

tychism – theory that accepts role of pure chance

undulationism – theory that light consists of waves

universalism – The theological doctrine that all people will eventually be saved

utilitarianism – belief that utility of actions determines moral value

voluntarism – belief that the will dominates the intellect

zoomorphism – conception of a god or man in animal form

zootheism – attribution of divine qualities to animals

There are only two ism’s I like: Baptism & Evangelism

Don’t allow man’s worldly “philisophical” ism’s and “majority rules” doctrines to enslave you from all that God has created and called you to be!

Freedom – Absence of subjection to foreign domination or despotic government

Now the Lord is Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom
2 Corinthians 3:17

 So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed
John 8:36

That the creation itself will be set free from it’s bondage to corruption and obtain the freedom of the glory of the children of God
Romans 8:21

And you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free
John 8:32

Grace to you all,

 †

Shai Linne – All Consuming Fire
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDdS7vaKJQw

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