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is more than one God possible?

is more than one God possible rationally?
if there is more than one God why we do not feel any war between them?
if there was more than one God we would see their messengers.
according to holly books like Torah, Bible, Koran they mention one and the same God.
is there any evidence showing there is more than one God?
are deities believed to be God are real Gods?
what is real God? and what is non-real God?

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    Jun 5 2011: If God has everything out of every characteristic you can dream up, then there can only be one God.

    However, if God has limits (and considering the idea of entities like Satan, and the fact there are things God can't or doesn't want to do, it seems he does have limits), then it's possible that there are multiple God figures, each with a certain realm of full power, and only limited power on the rest.

    Take the Egyptian Gods for example... they are as likely to exist as Allah and/or Yahweh. It's possible that instead of Satan, we have Set to blame all evil on, while Anubis looks after people in the afterlife, Horus being our wisdom in the meantime and Nut managing the sky and/or universe in general.

    I mean, why not? Prove to me they aren't real :-D .
    • Jun 7 2011: Dear Vasil,
      agree you!

      "I mean, why not? Prove to me they aren't real :-D . "
      yourself proved it in second paragraph (However, if God has limits...)
      what is limited and needs other thing even need for creation is not God.

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