Hylotheism

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Hylotheism (from Gk. hyle, 'matter' and theos, 'God') is the belief that matter and God are the same, so in other words, defining God as matter. [1]

In Lutheran theology, hylotheism is the theory equating matter with God or merging one into the other. [2]

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  1. ^ [1] dictionary.com hylotheism
  2. ^ [2] Lutheran Church (www.lcms.org) (definition)