This unity, with pantheists, is universal identity; with us, it is God.
Moreover, there is evil in the world, let pantheists and others say what they will.
The problem of evil is not quite the same for Indian and European pantheists.
Another group, the pantheists, held that every thing emanated from a common divine substance, working everywhere in nature.
From this it might be inferred that they who adopt such a creed cannot be pantheists, but must be atheists.
A few ignorant Christians, on this very account, are ready to give up their warfare with Pantheists.
The questions at issue lie not between theists and pantheists, but between those who alike reject Pantheism as erroneous.
Pantheists say body and intellect, leaving out the moral principle; but I say spirit as well as mind.
That is equally true of consistent idealists and theists, and of logical realists and pantheists.
Pantheists alone find immortality to be the fatal consequence of their presumptuous doctrine.