deist

[dee-ist]
noun
a person who believes in deism.

Origin:
1555–65; < Middle French déiste < Latin de(us) god + French -iste -ist

deistic, deistical, adjective
deistically, adverb
nondeist, noun
nondeistic, adjective
nondeistical, adjective
nondeistically, adverb
undeistical, adjective

atheist, deist, theist.
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deism (ˈdiːɪzəm, ˈdeɪ-)
 
n
Compare theism belief in the existence of God based solely on natural reason, without reference to revelation
 
[C17: from French déisme, from Latin deus god]
 
'deist
 
n, —adj
 
de'istic
 
adj
 
de'istical
 
adj
 
de'istically
 
adv

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deist
1620s, from Fr. déiste, from L. deus + -ist (see deism). Related: Deistic (1795).
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But perhaps you are a deist and this is all okay with you.
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