If you ask a Christian they will tell you they are Monotheistic. But does that really mesh with the teachings of their faith? The bible speaks of many other Gods, many by name even. Sure, it says that YHWH is the "God of Gods" and makes other statements which say he's the "Supreme God" or really the only one who counts. But none the less others are in fact mentioned. So, if YHWH is the "supreme God" or the "God of Gods" and all these other Gods are in fact mentioned in the Bible - the very book with is the basis of most Christian beliefs - doesn't it then only make sense that those who are following the Bible's teachings would also believe that there are multiple Gods - even if they don't believe they are valid? And in turn that would make Christians Polytheistic rather than Mono...
Now, I'm not in any way saying that should change their beliefs or alter how they see God. It's simply an observation...
But what are your thoughts?
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