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Does Christianity practice monotheism or polytheism?
Christianity is considered monotheistic, meaning that Christians worship a single god, while we refer to the ancient Egyptian religion as polytheistic, meaning that they worshiped a number of gods.
Would Christianity be considered monotheistic?
Christianity is a monotheistic religion . The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are of the same essence. Christians believe that the Bible reveals that Jesus was fully God and fully human. His identity is proof that he’s one with the Father and not separate.
Is Christianity the one true religion?
Yes, Christianity is the one true religion. That may sound awfully dogmatic and narrow-minded, but the simple truth is that Christianity is the only true religion. Jesus said that He alone was the way to the Father (John 14:6) – that He alone revealed the Father (Matt.
What is better, monotheism or polytheism?
Monotheism is better than polytheism because it exalts a perfect god. Polytheistic religions raise up an array of flawed gods and pretend that those are the ideal. In doing so, polytheists exalt the flaws of those gods. Meanwhile, monotheists exalt a perfect standard and try to meet it.