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(from the article `Africa`) In most of the rest of sub-Saharan Africa the people practice a variety of traditional religions, which have certain common features. All of those ... No single body of religious beliefs and practices can be identified as African. It is possible, however, to identify similarities in worldviews and ... [2 r...
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God

(from the article `Descartes, René`) ...a part of one material substance. The mind or soul is immortal, because it is unextended and cannot be broken into parts, as can extended bodies. ... ...developed probabilistic scientific theories from observation and experiment, as did empiricists. Cartesians were forced to satisfy themsel...
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God

[n] - a man of such superior qualities that he seems like a deity to other people 2. [n] - the supernatural being conceived as the perfect and omnipotent and omniscient originator and ruler of the universe
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God

• (v. t.) To treat as a god; to idolize. • (n.) The Supreme Being; the eternal and infinite Spirit, the Creator, and the Sovereign of the universe; Jehovah. • (n.) A person or thing deified and honored as the chief good; an object of supreme regard. • (n.) Figuratively applied to one who wields great or despotic power. • (n...
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God

(Christianity) In Christianity, the supreme creator and ruler of the universe. The Christian religion, like Judaism and Islam, maintains that there is only one God (monotheism), who is active in and concerned about the world. These religions are also patriarchal (male-dominated), which has...
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God

[John Lennon song] `God` is a song from John Lennon`s first post-Beatles solo album, John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band. The album was released on 11 December 1970 in the United States and the United Kingdom. The song was considered controversial upon release, dealing with anti-religious themes. ==Meaning== There are three sections in the song: I...
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God

[male deity] A god, as a male deity, contrasts with female deities, or `goddesses`. While the term `goddess` specifically refers to a female deity, the plural `gods` can be applied to all gods collectively, regardless of gender. In most polytheistic religions, both in history and in the present, male deities had the more prominent role. The...
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God

[MUD] God or Goddess, in MUDs, often refers to an administrator of a MUD server, most typically the owner.{R|hahn|internetculture|levine|busey|shefski} Sometimes multiple individuals with the title of God are present, or the term may even be applied to all administrative and development staff, but it is usual for the term to refer to the mo...
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God

[play] God, subtitled A Comedy in One Act, is a play by Woody Allen. It was first published in 1975, along with Death, and other short stories in Woody Allen`s book Without Feathers. ...
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God

[sculpture] God is a 1917 sculpture by Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven. It is an example of readymade art, a term coined by Marcel Duchamp in 1915 to describe his found art. God is a 10½ inch high cast iron plumbing trap turned upside down and mounted on a wooden mitre box. The work is now in the Arensberg Collection in the Philadelp...
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God

[word] The English word God continues the Old English God (guþ, gudis in Gothic, gud in modern Scandinavian, God in Dutch, and Gott in modern German), which is thought to derive from Proto-Germanic *ǥuđán. ==Germanic etymology== The Proto-Germanic meaning of *ǥuđán and its etymology is uncertain. It is generally agreed that it derive...
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God

God (gŏd) noun [ Anglo-Saxon god ; akin to Old Saxon & Dutch god , Old High German got , German gott , Icelandic guð , goð , Swedish & Danish gud , Goth. gup , probably orig. a past participle from a root appearing in Sanskrit h&#x...
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God

God adjective & noun Good. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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God

God transitive verb To treat as a god; to idolize. [ Obsolete] Shak.
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god

1. A being conceived of as possessing supernatural power, and to be propitiated by sacrifice, worship, etc.; a divinity; a deity; an object of worship; an idol. 'He maketh a god, and worshipeth it.' (Is. Xliv. 15) 'The race of Israel . . . Bowing lowly down To bestial gods.' (Milton) ... 2. The Supreme Being; the eternal and infinite Spirit, the Cr...
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God

a small payment to seal a bargain
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GOD

Glucose Oxidase
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God

God, divinity of the three great monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, as well as many other world religions. See also religion and articles on individual religions.Sections in this article:IntroductionNames for GodConceptions of GodArguments for God's Existence
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God

I'm still an atheist, thank God. &nb...
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God

In Christianity, the supreme creator and ruler of the universe. The Christian religion, like Judaism and Islam, maintains that there is only one God (monotheism), who is active in and concerned...
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God

In metaphysical thinking a name for the highest, ultimate being, assumed by theology on the basis of authority, revelation, or the evidence of faith as absolutely necessary, but demonstrated as such by a number of philosophical systems, notably idealistic, monistic and dualistic ones. Proofs of the existence of God fall apart into those that are b....
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God

in the south east corner of town walls
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God

most commonly refers to the deity worshipped by followers of monotheistic and monolatrist religions, whom they believe to be the creator and overseer of the universe.[8]
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god

See DEVA.
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god

The concept of a supreme being, a unique creative entity, basic to several monotheistic religions (for example Judaism, Christianity, Islam); in many polytheistic cultures (for example Norse, Roman,...
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