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Why can't there be more than one God?


I'm a Christian and I firmly believe in God, but I do wonder why we always insist there's only one. Everyone seems to be at war over religion but remember the Greeks and Romans had multiple Gods. Who's to say that Gods from different religions aren't all real?

 

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    David (GizSleep) 2 years ago

    Yeah I like Greek mythology too, not only was it simple but they gave God's a logical reason for existing as they each served a specific function.

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    David (GizSleep) 2 years ago

    I often think like that with the idea of Heaven and the sheer number of people residing there for eternity but then I try to think I'm thinking within the confines of physics so perhaps God could be everyone and everywhere but we can't comprehend it.


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