Wrong Views of God.
The above phrase used to take you to a blog that mentions several different views of God which include Atheism, Agnosticism, and Deism.
Under the Deism definition, in addition to the definition, you would have found:
Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever. (Hebrews 13:8) Then again, the deist will deny the deity of Jesus. They also deny God’s intervention in miracles such as the flood, the Red Sea, all prophesy, and the miracles of Jesus and the early church (or the church throughout time for that matter). Although the phrase is so used it has almost become cliche’, it is still true that God has not called us to a religion but to a relationship. The deist would claim that such a relationship is not possible. To go further, any logically consistent deist would have to claim that all of the millions of Christians who claim to have such a relationship are deluded. Any view of God that denies the very real experience of so many is itself a delusion.
Many who have attempted to rewrite American history to suit a certain agenda attempt to make the claim that George Washington was a deist. That is a claim that could not be further from the truth. The first U.S. President was most definitely NOT a deist as he was a man of habitual prayer who fully expected God’s intervention and celebrated that divine intervention at many points along his life journey.
We need to get back to right views of God and the sooner the better. Have you read His book? It is a best seller and a very special revelation of who He is.
–Pastor Ward Clinton