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How many gods does Christianity have and what do they call their gods?

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Christianity has only one God called God.

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Christianity has one god only (Monotheist).


Nwoye had converted to Christianity, forsaking the gods of his father and his father before him.


Christians believe in only 1 God.


The beliefs in many gods is just really to follow them


You call that person a POLYTHEIST


the Jews believe in only one God. They call him Jehovah. Judeaism is very close to Christianity


No. Polythestic means you believe in many gods. Christianity only believes in one god so it's Monothestic.


The Greeks and Romans have many gods (polytheism) but Christianity only has one God (monotheism).


Christianity can be considered the only "religion" of the Roman empire because before the outbreak of Christianity all people with the exception of the Jews were pantheistic. This means that they worshiped many gods according to the customs of their culture.Christianity can be considered the only "religion" of the Roman empire because before the outbreak of Christianity all people with the exception of the Jews were pantheistic. This means that they worshiped many gods according to the customs of their culture.Christianity can be considered the only "religion" of the Roman empire because before the outbreak of Christianity all people with the exception of the Jews were pantheistic. This means that they worshiped many gods according to the customs of their culture.Christianity can be considered the only "religion" of the Roman empire because before the outbreak of Christianity all people with the exception of the Jews were pantheistic. This means that they worshiped many gods according to the customs of their culture.Christianity can be considered the only "religion" of the Roman empire because before the outbreak of Christianity all people with the exception of the Jews were pantheistic. This means that they worshiped many gods according to the customs of their culture.Christianity can be considered the only "religion" of the Roman empire because before the outbreak of Christianity all people with the exception of the Jews were pantheistic. This means that they worshiped many gods according to the customs of their culture.Christianity can be considered the only "religion" of the Roman empire because before the outbreak of Christianity all people with the exception of the Jews were pantheistic. This means that they worshiped many gods according to the customs of their culture.Christianity can be considered the only "religion" of the Roman empire because before the outbreak of Christianity all people with the exception of the Jews were pantheistic. This means that they worshiped many gods according to the customs of their culture.Christianity can be considered the only "religion" of the Roman empire because before the outbreak of Christianity all people with the exception of the Jews were pantheistic. This means that they worshiped many gods according to the customs of their culture.


the were pagan, they believed in many gods


Greek mythology is polythestic (belief in many gods) and Christianity is monotheistic (belief in one god).


One. Allah, which is the same god that Judaism and Christianity worships.


In Christianity, Jesus Christ is said to have sacrificed himself. In Greek and Roman, there have been numerous sacrifices for numerous reasons, both by gods and demi-gods.


There are many such incidents, but the biggest is when Nwoye converts to Christianity and forsakes Okonkwo's gods, and his father's gods before him.


It depends on the religion. for example Christianity has 1 god while in Hinduism their are even more than trillion gods.


The god of Christianity.


yes. they did but before Christianity came about people were pantheists which meant they followed many gods but when it came people were highly religious in Rome.


The Romans believed in many Gods - not just one. They saw the teachings of Christianity as a threat to their beliefs, and tried to suppress its followers.


When Rome fell the Christianity was very powerful so when the middle ages started the gods technically were, god himself.


The Babylonians worshiped many gods. Some of their beliefs have even been incorporated into Christianity.


AnswerThere are many similarities between Christianity and Hinduism. Both are ancient religions that teach high moral standards. Christianity has its trinity of God the Father, Jesus and the Holy Spirit, three gods in one. Hinduism has its godhead of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, three gods in one.


There is only one god of Christianity.


Christianity made them irrelevant.


Thousands of years ago the ancient Egyptians had gods that represented many things such as Ra the god of the Sun and many more. But today, Egyptians don't believe in these Gods and instead follow the main religions Islam and Christianity


taoists have what we call spiritual beings and energies which we respect, fear, or worship. Unlike Christianity or Islam, we are not monotheist, meaning ONE and only ONE deity, we are poly theist, many gods, so to speak.



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