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credibility
n. the reasonable grounds of being believed.
pantheism
n. identifying god with nature; belief in all gods
apotheosis
n. making a god of something; deification

a glorified ideal; an essence
discredit
v. to refuse to accept as true or correct

* to cause to seem dishonest or untrue

*n. loss of a good name or respect
divinity
n. a god or goddess; a deivine being

the state of being divine

the study of Christian theology
deify
v. to make a god of
accredit
v. to authorize; to certify; to believe
theology
n. the study of religion
divine
v. to foretell by supernatural means

to know by intuition or insight
pantheon
n. all the gods of a people or religion

(when capitalized, refers to the circular dome temple in Rome built & dedicated to all the gods in 27 B.C.
creditable
adj. deserving praise
credulous
adj. believing tool easily; gullible
theocracy
n. government by divine power or priests
atheist
n. a person who believes there is no god
credence
n. belief; acceptance as true
creed
n. a statement of belief or principle
miscreant
n. villian; scoundrel, heretic

adj.
deity
n. a god or goddess