Occasionalism

Occasionalism, the doctrine that the action of the spiritual organisation on the material, and of the material on the spiritual, or of the inner on the outer, and the outer on the inner, is due to the divine interposition taking occasion of the effort of mind, or of the inner, on the one hand, and the effort of matter, or the outer, on the other, to work the effect or result; or that the link connecting cause and effect in both cases, that is, the acion of the outer world on the inner, and vice versa, is God.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Occam * Oceania
Obi
Objective
Oblates
Oboe
Obelus
O'Brien, William
O'Brien, William Smith
Obscurantist
Obsidian
Occam
Occasionalism
Oceania
Oceania
Oceanides
Oceanus
Ochils
Ochiltree, Edie
Ochino, Bernardino
Ochterlony, Sir David
Ockley, Simon
O'Connell, Daniel