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Religions Accepting the Existence of the Single God
Judaism is the original Abrahamic faith. It posits the existence of a single all-powerful, indivisible god. Jews address their god by a variety of names, including "God."
Christianity also believes in a single all-powerful god, but most Christians believe the essence of God is divided into Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and that the Son took mortal form in the shape of Jesus, born to a Jewish woman named Mary. The most common term for the Christian deity is "God."
Muslims hold that their god is also the god of Jews and Christians, and they recognize the prophets of those religions as also prophets of theirs. Like Jews, the Islamic view of god is indivisible. Thus, while they accept jesus as a prophet, they do not accept him as a god or part of god. Muslims commonly call their deity Allah, although they sometimes anglicize it to "God."
Baha'is believe that God is indivisible. However, he periodically sends down manifestations to communicate his will to humanity. These manifestations possess the knowledge of God and are "as God" to humans, but they are not actually pieces of God. They believe these manifestations have appeared in any religions across the world. Baha'is commonly refer to their deity as Allah or God.
Rastas commonly address their god as Jah, short for the Jewish name YHWH, which is sometimes pronounced Yahweh or Jehovah by non-Jews.(Jews never utter that name, considering it the unpronounceable name of God.) Jah's follow the Christian belief that Jah has incarnated himself on earth. They accept Jesus as one incarnation but also add Haile Selassie as a second incarnation.
The deity of Zoroastrianism is Ahura Mazda. He is indivisible. However, a variety of emanations descend from him, which represent various aspects of him. Zoroastrianism is not an Abrahamic religion, developing independently of Abrahamic mythology.
Sikhs call their god by a variety of names, but the most common is Waheguru. They accept that a variety of religions follow this deity by different names. Sikhs put more emphasis on the concept of Waheguru being a part of the universe itself, rather than being separate from it.
Vodouisants accept the existence of a single god called Bondye. Bondye is a single, indivisible god who works his will on earth through spirits known as lwa or loa.
ECKists believe every human soul is a fragment of a single god, and their religious practices center or self-realization and understanding in order in regain awareness of that divine nature of the soul.
Tenrikyo teaches that humanity is the metaphorical child of God the Parent, Tenri-O-no-Mikoto. God the Parent desires humanity to live joyous, optimistic and caring lives. Tenrikyo developed within a polytheistic culture, however, so some older documents give the impression that Tenrikyo is polytheistic.