Just a quick note on wonderism's relation to various forms of theism and atheism.
I consider wonderism as inherently atheistic. God is just a superfluous label that some people attach to the unknown. It is the fear of the unknown (terror) which causes people to attempt to soothe that fear by sticking a label on the unknown, namely 'god', and then fooling themselves into believing that they know the unknown (i.e. god). "What if there's no meaning to life? Argh, fear of the unknown! It must be a god that gives life meaning! Ahhh, the fear is quenched."
Since wonderism rejects reasoning based on terror (fear of the unknown), there is no need to pretend to know the unknown. Wonderism strives to cultivate an acceptance of the unknown, and therefore an acceptance of one's own ignorance. I'm happy to admit my ignorance, because admitting ignorance is the first step towards learning something new, and I love learning. I feel no shame when I utter the words, "I don't know," and the next words out of my mouth will probably be, "Let's find out!"
So, with no motivation to label the unknown as anything other than 'the unknown', what could be the motivation for using the letters g-o-d instead? None that I can think of. So, wonderism seems to me to be inherently agnostic ('god' is literally the unknown) and atheistic.
For any specific
god concept, evidence would need to be supplied. Since there is none for, and there is often plenty against, wonderism rejects the claims of theists about their god concepts. Some god concepts may in fact be logically impossible, or utterly meaningless, and so some wonderists may opt to defend a strong-atheist stance on some or all gods, but I wouldn't say that's a core part of wonderism.
What about deism? Again, it appears to be an argument from the unknown, or argument from ignorance, aka 'god of the gaps'. Why call the unknown 'god'? So, deism appears to be out.
Is wonderism the same as pantheism? My take on pantheism is similar to deism. If you define 'god' as 'nature', then why use the word 'god'? Why not just call it 'nature'? Nature seems like a perfectly good word. What do the letters g-o-d get you?
If you're one of the newer pantheists who don't even bother with the word 'god', then I ask, why call yourself a pantheist? Why not just naturalist?
If all you mean by 'pantheism' is that you have wonder or reverence for the natural universe, then my reply would be, "Why not use the more accurate word wonderism?"
I just don't see what pantheism gets you. It seems like another superfluous label. If it's just 'god is nature', then I don't need 'god'. If it's just 'nature is wondrous', then I don't need 'pantheism'.
But, I have no problem with pantheists. I just wonder why they bother with the theism part.