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What does monotheistic mean?
Monotheism, belief in the existence of one god or in the unity of God. Monotheism characterizes the traditions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, and elements of faith can be discerned in many other religions.
What are monotheists called?
What religions are monotheistic?
Three religions Judaism, Christianity and Islam easily fit the definition monotheism, that is, to worship one god, denying the existence of other gods. But the relationship of the three religions closer: they claim to worship the same god.
Pronounced Judaism or Judaism?
Right pronunciation is “JUDAHism”, with the stress on the first syllable. So: “JEW-dah-ism. After all, we are named after a man named Judas. In this way, Judaism.