The only real problem is Jesuis taking words that already have very clear definitions and then trying to redefine them.the·ism [thee-iz-uhm]
1.the belief in one God as the creator and ruler of the universe, without rejection of revelation (distinguished from deism ).
2.belief in the existence of a god or gods (opposed to atheism ).
Theism, by its definition, involves belief. be·lief [bih-leef]
1.something believed; an opinion or conviction: a belief that the earth is flat.
2.confidence in the truth or existence of something not immediately susceptible to rigorous proof
: a statement unworthy of belief.
3.confidence; faith; trust: a child's belief in his parents.
4.a religious tenet or tenets; religious creed or faith: the Christian belief.
It has been clearly stated that theism and its counterpoint, atheism, are systems regarding BELIEF, by definition. You don't get to redefine words to suit your own ego. If you get to redefine terms then so do we, and then there is no capacity for understanding because who knows what anyone is talking about at that point. You said the word "fish" but you were describing a four-legged animal with fur, and loud bark. Even in my example, I can only make it BECAUSE you understand the words that form the thought. We have to agree on what "describing" means, "four" means, "animal" means... every single word in that sentence must be understood and agreed upon before ANYTHING else can be accomplished.
What you are prattling on about is gnosticism (small g), which is defined as:gnos·tic [nos-tik]
adjective Also, gnos·ti·cal.
1.pertaining to knowledge.
2.possessing knowledge, especially esoteric knowledge of spiritual matters.
3.( initial capital letter ) pertaining to or characteristic of the Gnostics.
4.( initial capital letter ) a member of any of certain sects among the early Christians who claimed to have superior knowledge of spiritual matters, and explained the world as created by powers or agencies arising as emanations from the Godhead.
This is why no one will just blindly accept your bumbling and cliched attempt at profundity. It is flat out, full stop, and in every conceivable way... wrong, not true, in error, and mistaken. A VERY common and childish tactic of the believer is to try redefining terms, as you have tried here, and it never works because most of us passed 2nd grade English. It is also the tactic of believers to attempt these sort of pseudo-clever one-liners that, on the surface of things, sound brilliant, but with even the smallest shred of incredulity it all breaks down into nothing but feel-good platitudes that are often more insulting than inspiring.