In this chapter we look at the Roman-Greco influence of philosophers and at the 19th century terms henotheism and kathenotheism that were used to refer to the exalting of a particular god as exclusively the highest within the framework of a particular hymn or ritual—e.g., in the hymns of the Vedas (the ancient sacred texts of India).
Observation of nature; closer attention to its contrasts of life and death, or light and darkness, or male and female brought people to worship elements of nature.
In Christendom there are groups who find themselves exclusive, believing they are the holders of the absolute truth, while all others are heretics or even the work of the devil himself.
Often a lot of people do not know to differentiate between Christendom, Christianity, religiosity and even limit religiousness to Christians, forgetting that there are many other religious groups who have all sorts of worship.
In people saying God knows everything and claiming that Jesus would be God, adversaries of God receive an easy gainsaying danger because they can see how Jesus not at all knew everything, or in case he knows everything than it is clear that Jesus would not have told the truth on more than one occasion and as such would be a liar. The God of Jesus has man given the own possibility to choose what to believe and what to do, therefore it is up to man to make the right choice and to believe in the Only One true God or in the god man has created for himself or to please himself.
The secular faithful believe that multiple wills shape our reality, but this time it’s not the wills of various gods. It’s the wills of various individuals, based on what they want, what they think is morally desirable, or whatever seems compassionate at the moment in a specific case. They make universal law based on idiosyncratic circumstance. Throughout history we find lots of great minds who throughout their life did everything to get people way from God trying to let them believe that god did not exist, but they themselves got a funeral in one of the main churches from Christendom, as to say to the world "you may now not believe any more in god, but I shall try to get an other life by letting myself buried the Christian way."
The Bible show us The Being Who makes us able to be a being. The collection of 66 books focus on That Most High Being without Whom no being or existence is possible. The Words of God are there to mould or form each creature of God. By allowing that Word of God to form us we can become reconstituted or 'made anew' by the Former God.
Archaeology, in the last decades, may have uncovered a lot of biblical events and figures, but no archaeological confirmation is likely to ever deliver any kind of death blow to the side of disbelief.
There are no proven external defects in the witnesses all those Biblical authors and contradictory to the adversaries their sayings and writings, no internal defects in their testimony can be found either.
In the word there are many words going around, which makes us to decide which words we want to follow. There is the need to believe in the Maker of all things haven given His Word to mankind and considering it the truth. when the divine Maker is not a verity His word also can not be a reality and a truth. we look at the exclusive god between the many gods and how His word by coming from the Highest of all His Words should also be recognised as from the Highest and pure.
We look at a visible or invisible God, Who is the Being Itself Which created heaven and earth and gave life into beings which got to be.