As we recede from anthropomorphism we must go either to the Trinity or Pantheism.
Its anthropomorphism is only, to unobservant minds, less apparent.
In anthropomorphism there are many errors, but there is one truth.
If thy predicates are anthropomorphisms, the subject of them is an anthropomorphism too.
With the disappearance of anthropomorphism in this sense, as Professor Fiske rightly sees, religion disappears.
It is the anthropomorphism of the age that fixes on the one-sided conclusion.
To the Intermediatist, the accusation of "anthropomorphism" is meaningless.
Yes, all theology is anthropomorphism—the making of gods in man's image.
Certainly, this is something more than what the naturalists have called "anthropomorphism."
The anthropomorphism of the Jewish Scriptures has already been referred to in Vol.
anthropomorphism an·thro·po·mor·phism (ān'thrə-pə-môr'fĭz'əm)
The attribution of human motivation, characteristics, or behavior to nonhuman organisms or inanimate objects.
(an-thruh-puh-mawr-fiz-uhm) The attributing of human characteristics and purposes to inanimate objects, animals, plants, or other natural phenomena, or to God. To describe a rushing river as “angry” is to anthropomorphize it.