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- especially Mithra and Anahita. Prods Oktor Skjærvø states Zoroastrianism is henotheistic, and "a dualistic and polytheistic religion, but with one supreme god...
- lying demons by other religions, generally by the monotheistic and henotheistic ones. The term has since been expanded to refer to any characterization...
- of the sole deity of monotheistic religions, or, in polytheistic or henotheistic religions, the paramount deity or supernatural entity which is above...
- Languages Religion Imperial cult-driven polytheism (until AD 380; with henotheistic solar cult of Sol Invictus from 274–380) Nicene Christianity (officially...
- to as "God"), whereas polytheistic religions accept multiple deities. Henotheistic religions accept one supreme deity without denying other deities, considering...
- Advaita philosophy. It is also widely regarded to be polytheistic and henotheistic, though this is also considered to be a form of overgeneralisation. The...
- any goddess in polytheistic religions Worship of a Great Goddess on a henotheistic or monotheistic or duotheistic basis Hindu Shaktism The neopagan Goddess...
- can choose to be polytheistic, pantheistic, panentheistic, pandeistic, henotheistic, monotheistic, monistic, agnostic, atheistic or humanist. According to...
- and the Horned God, respectively. These deities may be regarded in a henotheistic way, as having many different divine aspects which can in turn be identified...
- An example of the questioning of the concept of God, in addition to henotheistic hymns found therein, are in later portions of the Rigveda, such as the...