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Related to indifferentism: agnosticism
The belief that all religions are of equal validity.
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(Ecclesiastical Terms) systematic indifference, esp in matters of religion
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a view that admits no real difference between true and f alse in religion or philosophy; a form of agnosticism. See also attitudes. — indifferentist, n.See also: Philosophy
a view that admits no real difference between true and false in religion or philosophy; a form of agnosticism. — indifferentist, n. See also attitudes.See also: Religion
the condition of being indifferent or of having no preference. See also philosophy; religion. — indifferentist, n.See also: Attitudes
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