Here liberal theism and varieties of natural theology seemed particularly dangerous.
As long as Ted has had any beliefs of any kind, we may suppose, he has believed that God exists; theism is not a belief he came to.
I have been contrasting two versions of theism and two views of creation.
There is little room for theism in this world view.
Should Christians rejoice in the number of converts to Christianity or theism in Australian society on the grounds that the cause of God is promoted?
That being impossible here, let us return to the topic of theism and the relation of evil to divine purpose.
Finally, it is interesting to note that theism is not universally condemned in Buddhism.
It's an argument for theism but not specifically for Christianity.
Finally, he defended theism and Christianity against common objections, such as the problem of evil.
Put more succinctly, theism is god-belief, and atheism is its absence.