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Deism And The French Enlightenment

6 pages in length. The extent to which organized religion is nothing more than a crutch for those who are without the intestinal fortitude to stand on their own two spiritual feet is both grand and far-reaching; that Deism restores one's sense of reason, nature and self-ability beyond the puppeteering inherent to organized religion speaks to the belief that people are not empty spiritual vessels waiting to be filled with erroneous 'truths' and misconstrued convictions. While the fundamental core of Deism revolves around the existence of one unified God or supreme being, it denounces the conventional tenets of faith that have wholly derailed organized religion. In short, Deists are provided the indulgence to discern for themselves the vast and various elements associated with man, his universe and all that is spiritual without being dictated to or conditioned into believing certain ideals (such as Hell, damnation, predestination, original sin) so prevalent within the stringent boundaries of structured religion, a particularly pertinent point when it comes to the radical changes that occurred during the French Enlightenment. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

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