What if God and nature are one and the same? That is the basic definition of Pantheism. So what, then, is the definition of Pandeism?
I have heard multiple answers. The Wikipedia answer is that God created the universe and then became the universe, and as a result, God no longer exists as a separate entity. Pantheists do not believe in a personal God, which normally would be a characteristic of Theism. Panentheism and Panendeism are beliefs that God encompasses all of nature but also transcends and extends beyond nature.
The Trinion Contradictions demonstrate how a design, detailed arrangement, or established plan, negates the idea of individual power of acting without the constraint of necessity or fate. It also negates the idea of direct intervention or the need to request such intervention.
In addition, the ability to act at one's own discretion would ultimately alter any established plan and void any such advanced arrangement or design due to what is known about “cause and effect”.
Any intervention would then negate the assumed reasons behind free will. Aid would not and could not be rendered by way of prayer if a plan were in place. Such actions would negate free will and would alter any established plan.
The Trinion Contradictions clearly demonstrate that Free Will, Destiny, and Intervention cannot and do not coexist and that one cannot equal the other.
A tribute to my Mother
As I enter the seventh decade of my life I look back on all the people that have been a part of it. There were many: some long-time friends, many, many casual acquaintances, work-mates, close female relationships, family relationships. By far the most wonderful person was my mother. She had a handful putting up with this wretch of a son writing now. She loved life, loved her family, loved her Christian God; and she was loved and respected by all around her. She worked hard to raise a family of three boys, her house was always fresh and homely, the garden tended with loving care, she had a full-time job and always had time for voluntary work with her church. When trouble arose the remedy was to put the kettle on for a cup of tea and a heart-to-heart; never a flaming row.