What is the heresy of indifferentism?

What is the heresy of indifferentism?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Indifferentism is the belief held by some that no one religion or philosophy is superior to another.

What is the rule of indifference?

The principle of indifference states that in the absence of any relevant evidence, agents should distribute their credence (or ‘degrees of belief’) equally among all the possible outcomes under consideration. In Bayesian probability, this is the simplest non-informative prior.

What is the meaning of Indifferentism?

Definition of indifferentism : indifference specifically : belief that all religions are equally valid.

What are indifference curves?

An indifference curve shows a combination of two goods that give a consumer equal satisfaction and utility thereby making the consumer indifferent. Along the curve, the consumer has an equal preference for the combinations of goods shown—i.e. is indifferent about any combination of goods on the curve.

Is based on the principle of insufficient reason?

A principle that was first enunciated by Jakob Bernoulli which states that if we are ignorant of the ways an event can occur (and therefore have no reason to believe that one way will occur preferentially compared to another), the event will occur equally likely in any way.

What is Latitudinarian?

Definition of latitudinarian : not insisting on strict conformity to a particular doctrine or standard : tolerant specifically : tolerant of variations in religious opinion or doctrine.

What are the four religious types of diversity?

Table of Contents

  • Naive Pluralisms.
  • Core Pluralisms.
  • Hindu Pluralisms.
  • Ultimist Pluralisms.
  • Identist Pluralisms.
  • Expedient Means Pluralism.

What is the theology of Shintoism?

Shinto is polytheistic and revolves around the kami, supernatural entities believed to inhabit all things. The link between the kami and the natural world has led to Shinto being considered animistic. The kami are worshiped at kamidana household shrines, family shrines, and jinja public shrines.