1 definition by Zadoc

The term “Egonovism” comes from the latin “ego,” meaning self, and “novo” to make new, rewrite, or invent. An Egonovist is an individual who develops his or her own personal religions system and borrows ideas from established religions that they’re familiar with. Many Egonovists self-identify as being members of other religions.
A person who calls himself Christian but hasn't studied the Bible, isn't familiar with Biblical law, and just has his or her own sense of God and right and wrong is an Egonovist and is practicing Egonovism.
by Zadoc September 02, 2010

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