More specifically, may be a tad closer to a “Panendeism”. Panendeism: This is a composite of Deism and Panentheism. It holds that, while the universe is part of God, it operates according to natural mechanisms without the need for the intervention of a traditional God, somewhat similar to the Native American concept of the all-pervading Great Spirit.” Perhaps even Deism, which specifically denies supernatural events and to whom prayer is mostly silly except maybe to expression gratitude sometimes. https://www.philosophybasics.com/branch_panentheism.html

More specifically, may be a tad closer to a “Panendeism”.
Panendeism:
This is a composite of Deism and Panentheism. It holds that, while the universe is part of God, it operates according to natural mechanisms without the need for the intervention of a traditional God, somewhat similar to the Native American concept of the all-pervading Great Spirit.”
Perhaps even Deism, which specifically denies supernatural events and to whom prayer is mostly silly except maybe to expression gratitude sometimes.
I think of it as a nominal difference. As a functional pragmatic construct, a notion of God can work as a mental workspace to sort out problems and come up with solutions for example.
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