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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 10 2011: I agree with many, that by definition there is only one god - the absolute (which includes silence and "not god"). And the idea of many gods is man's inability to see further from the many "gods" that make up god.
    More than one god is possibly rational - but god is beyond the rational and irrational - and I think he is entitled to be as he created life.
    There has also been the thought that the "god" that created life was a child in that the creation of life was flawed. And children can make mistakes. What about the other "god's" that created things and not things that we don't know of those that are superior to life. We are so fixated on life, which is understandable. We must be so tiny in god's universe.
    God / not God / God / not God / to infinity.

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