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Deizm namê baweriyo ke vano merdum şeno be mezgê xo ra estiya Homay bızano u pêro dinan red keno. Deizm de mentıq esto, merdum cihan u asmêni be mentıq u aqılê xo zano. A ri ra deizm heme dinanê ke zerrekê inan de wehiy u inspirasyoni estê, red keno. Deizm de Homa esto, ema Homa zey Homayê dinan niyo.[1][2][3][4][5] Merdumo ke xo sero deizmi rê bawer keno, cı rê Deist vaciyeno. Deizm u ateizm yewbinan ra ciyarê. Ateizm de Homa çıniyo u nêşeno bıbo, ema Deizm Homay est amoreno. Homayê deizmi, Homayo ke heme cihan u asmên vıraşto, inan rê qanun dayo, ema merdum u cihani rê dest nêkeno, xoser verdayo. Kehaneti, mucizey, dogmayê dini, demagojiy u be redkerdışê dinan ra, peyğamberi, kıtabê dini, sewab, guna, ibadet, dua, wehiy, melek, cin, şeytan, cenet, ceheneme, axiret u qeder deizm de ca nêgenê.[6] Ema tayê deistan şenê dıma merdışi cıwiyayış u reenkarnasyoni rê bawer kerê.[7][8]


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  3. Webster's 1828 Dictionary, 1828, The doctrine or creed of a deist; the belief or system of religious opinions of those who acknowledge the existence of one God, but deny revelation: or deism is the belief in natural religion only, or those truths, in doctrine and practice, which man is to discover by the light of reason, independent and exclusive of any revelation from God. Hence deism implies infidelity or a disbelief in the divine origin of the scriptures. Text " " ignored (help); |access-date= requires |url= (help)
  4. "Deism", Encyclopedia Britannica, 2012, retrieved 2012-10-10, In general, Deism refers to what can be called natural religion, the acceptance of a certain body of religious knowledge that is inborn in every person or that can be acquired by the use of reason and the rejection of religious knowledge when it is acquired through either revelation or the teaching of any church.
  5. "Deism", Jewish Encyclopedia, 1906, retrieved 2012-10-10, DEISM: A system of belief which posits God's existence as the cause of all things, and admits His perfection, but rejects Divine revelation and government, proclaiming the all-sufficiency of natural laws.
  6. Features of deism, retrieved 4 Mayıs 2013, Critical elements of deist thought included: Rejection of all religions based on books that claim to contain the revealed word of God. Rejection of all religious dogma and demagogy. Rejection of reports of miracles, prophecies and religious "mysteries". line feed character in |quote= at position 45 (help); Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  7. Deizm, retrieved 9 Mayıs 2013 Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  8. Beliefs about immortality of the soul, retrieved 3 Mayıs 2013, Deists hold a variety of beliefs about the soul. Some, such as Lord Herbert of Cherbury and William Wollaston, held that souls exist, survive death, and in the afterlife are rewarded or punished by God for their behavior in life. Some, such as Benjamin Franklin, believed in reincarnation or resurrection. Still others such as Anthony Collins,Bolingbroke, Thomas Chubb, and Peter Annet were materialists and either denied or doubted the immortality of the soul. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)