deist

Part of speech: adjective

DEISTICAL.

Part of speech: noun

A believer in deism.

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Usage examples "deist":

  1. It is merely an ethical discourse, and aside from a few indirect admissions in favor of Christianity for which Sunderland doubtless drew upon his imagination, there is nothing that Paine or any other Deist might not with propriety have uttered. - "Abraham Lincoln: Was He A Christian?", John B. Remsburg.
  2. He aims to state in the least offensive manner possible that he was not- that he was simply a Deist. - "Abraham Lincoln: Was He A Christian?", John B. Remsburg.
  3. Like him, he professes himself a Christian Deist and vigorously protests against being supposed to be an enemy to Christianity. - "The English Church in the Eighteenth Century", Charles J. Abbey and John H. Overton.