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    In Israel’s eyes, Yahweh is a great God, a greater King than all other gods, he is far transcending all other gods. During the long its long formation of the world’s first monotheism, Israel not only conceived of its God as one among many but also borrowed titles and attributes of foreign gods that were subsequently applied to the Israelite Deity. The bible portraits of God are thus a creative synthesis that draws on many different…

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    Plurality Of God Analysis

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    Thus, on one hand, we find that dogmatic monotheism proclaims God to be the one true God among many false deities. On this level “the true, authentic God, teaches the Old Testament, is always just the unique, he who is unique”. Hence, the plurality of false deities stands opposed to the one true God. On the other hand, if we understand philosophically the notion of God, we cannot but conclude that all representations of God are manifestations of the same reality. This, follows because the…

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    The three Abrahamic religions – Judaism, Christianity and Islam ¬¬¬– all have one thing in common, the nature of monotheism. Judaism innovated the idea of one God about 3000 years ago, with the Israelites. Though it was restricted to the people of Israel, this was the first time a monotheistic religion came into play. Worshipping the same God of Israel, Christians were the second monotheistic believers. The teachings of Jesus Christ of Nazareth were next to become revolutionary. As the Son, he…

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    The wide spread of practicing the worship of spiritual beings helped expose early societies to communicate in other forms of expression besides language and writing. Art, storytelling, production of precious metals such as silver and gold, starting being highly sought after and thus helping the progression of trade between civilizations from different areas around the known world. Another trend in earlier civilizations was creating monuments and temples in honoring their Gods. Wonders of…

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    Christianity, Buddhism, Judaism and etc. Specifically, I believe the religion that of Christianity depicts a clear and vivid reason for our existence. Christianity is a religion of which teaches you the life and teachings of Jesus Christ; one God; monotheism. I am initially from the Caribbean. My mother and father trail of the island of Jamaica. Christianity is a lifestyle for me since it 's the most prevalent religion in my country. The residents of the island mainly focus on genuinely…

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    different. Christianity believe in god and hinduism believe in the Hindu. Evidence of that is that everyone mostly knows that christians believe in god and the hindus has the word hindu in it.First, something that is the same is they both believe in monotheism and that's where they only believe in one god. The two religions have some differences like, Christians have the trinity father, son, holy spirit also the Hindus has different forms of one 1 god. Next, is that some of the key beliefs of…

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    Akhenaten Beliefs

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    The Aten interrelates closely with some of the modern world’s most popular monotheistic religions. Damen (Akhenaten and Monotheism, 2013) agrees with his approach, maintaining that “Hebrews came into contact with the aten and from that caught the monotheism bug, or even heard about the belief in only one god.” This suggests that Akhenaten’s religion circulated to nearby regions, influencing their religions whilst they were creating their…

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    believe that Judaism, Christianity, and Islam do worship the same God. Each of these religions claim to be Abrahamic Faiths, also, each religion is monotheistic. Abrahamic Faith means that each of these religions is following the God of Abraham. Monotheism is a belief in one God that is all powerful and all knowing. There are differences in the way each religion worships God. One difference is Islam teaches that Christianity and Judaism have corrupted the true word of God through idolatrous…

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    Arius is one of the most pivotal figures in the development of Christian thought. This is quite a statement because Arius is most definitely a heretic. However, this does not mean he was a bad person by any means. Instead, it means that his theology does not line up with what is now considered to be orthodoxy. Still, the reason this orthodoxy was established was due to the Council of Nicaea in 325, which occurred to establish if Arius, and the other members of the Unbegotten Father line of…

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    his reign without any precedent or foreshadowing. However, it has also been speculated that he may have drawn his ideas from the rule of his father. Akhenaten, with his revolutionary focus on Aten and being the first Egyptian king to truly embrace monotheism coupled with henotheism, revealed the importance of the sun cults in the Egyptian world. Akhenaten was raised in the court of his father, and as such was constantly exposed to and heavily influenced by Amenhotep’s progression towards a…

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