Religion and believers #5 Transition to Monotheism

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).

Are the Christadelphians a Cult?

Lots of times Christadelphians are called a cult group, but they are a religious group where no specific human being is venerated and no human beings worshipped like in other religious Christian groups which are not called cults, like the Catholic Church where people pray to 'saints' and worship in front of statues.