Oneness may refer to:

  • Divine simplicity, the belief that God is without parts
  • Oneness (Carlos Santana album), a 1979 rock album
  • Oneness (mathematics), a mathematical concept
  • Oneness (metaphysics), a concept in philosophy
  • Oneness (mysticism), union with what is fundamental in reality
  • Oneness (Jack DeJohnette album), a 1997 jazz album
  • Monotheism, the belief that only one deity exists
  • Oneness Pentecostalism
  • GodWeenSatan: The Oneness, the debut album by American rock band Ween

Other articles related to "oneness":

List Of Awards Received By Michael Jackson - Oneness Awards
... In 2003, Jackson was honoured with a Oneness Award for his contributions to racial harmony ... Nominated work Award Result 2003 Contributions to racial harmony Power of Oneness Award Won ...
Bahá'í Faith And The Unity Of Humanity - Oneness - Elimination of Prejudice
... of that time, we presented our teachings on unity and the oneness of humankind to prominent individuals in politics, commerce and academia and leaders of ...
Sricity - Places of Interest - Oneness Temple
... The Oneness Temple Oneness Temple part of the Oneness University in Battallavallam, Chilamatur Post, Varadaihapalem Mandal, Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh – 517541 ...
Apostolic Messianic Movement - Overview
... Apostolic Messianic movement originated with the unity of followers from several Oneness Pentecostal groups ... These saw a connection of Oneness Pentecostalism with what they considered to be the Messianic Judaism of the first century ... church had departed too far from its Jewish roots, they desired to form a Oneness group that was Messianic in faith, practice, conduct, and order ...

Famous quotes containing the word oneness:

    The child as a monument to the passion of two people; the will to oneness in two.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    Craving that old sweet oneness yet dreading engulfment, wishing to be our mother’s and yet be our own, we stormily swing from mood to mood, advancing and retreating—the quintessential model of two-mindedness.
    Judith Viorst (20th century)

    The spirit of the place is a strange thing. Our mechanical age tries to override it. But it does not succeed. In the end the strange, sinister spirit of the place, so diverse and adverse in differing places, will smash our mechanical oneness into smithereens.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)