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What is the difference between a Divinity and a Deity?

  1. peteradepetun profile image53
    peteradepetunposted 8 years ago

    What is the difference between a Divinity and a Deity?

  2. Cagsil profile image61
    Cagsilposted 8 years ago

    There is no differce between "Divinity" or a "Deity. Both of which are non-existent. And, have no place in the lives of humans.

  3. fatfist profile image81
    fatfistposted 8 years ago

    "the creator of ALL THINGS"

    Things are NOT created and nothing is created. ALL is assembled from pre-existing matter.

    You are also contradicting yourself because if all things are created as you say, then the creator must logically be created. If you say no, your argument fails. If you say yes, then your argument fails again.
    Therefore, there is NO creator.
    You will need a better argument to explain this god concept that only exists in your mind.

  4. russellwnentwich profile image53
    russellwnentwichposted 8 years ago

    I agree with Cagsil and fatfist...

    humans create these wild fantasy’s because we are aware that at some point we will die...the most fanatical religious types can't deal with that fact...so they believe that they will be re-incarnated or go to some fictional happy place...while the bad people will go to a fictional bad place...


  5. joyce31202 profile image80
    joyce31202posted 4 years ago

    No difference. Divinity is a quality of God. I expect perfection in the divinity of God, a deity. Kings are rulers but not divine. God is good and divine. He is the Creator of the universe. He was not created. This goodness shows the divinity and deity of God.