The doctrine of, or belief in, a plurality of gods.
Belief in more than one god See monotheism, pantheism, Trinity
Belief that more than one God exists. From Greek "poly" = many.
The belief in or worship of more than one divine entity.
the worship of many gods.
A belief in more that one god.
the view that there are many gods
Basically a belief that all gods are separate beings.
The belief in the existence of many deities which are not even remotely related to each other and are completely individual. Paganism is not polytheistic, for we believe every aspect of our God and Goddess come together as one, which makes us pantheistic.
Believing in the existence of more than one god.
belief in many, or more than one god or goddess.
The belief in multiple gods.
The worship of or belief in more than one god.
The belief in many Gods.
belief in many personal gods and /or goddesses
The belief in more than one God, for example Hinduism or the religion of the Ancient Greeks or Romans.
Polytheism is the belief in more than one god; this group of gods is often called a pantheon. All the polytheistic religions I am aware of hold that the gods were born of the universe rather than vice versa. This makes them pantheistic ( q.v.) as well as polytheistic (see theism). Possible exceptions to this qualification include dualist religions, of which Zoroastrianism is the most important.
the worship of several gods; this was the tradition of Egyptian religion. (p. 22)
The belief that there are many gods in existence in the universe.
Polytheism is from the Greek [ polus] meaning many and [ theos] meaning God. It is the belief in more than one God. In this system each deity is distinguished by special purposes. These gods are particularly synonymous with religion in coutries such as India or Greece. For example in India, Indra is the storm god and Agni the fire god. Or in Greece Zeus was god over weather and sky, and Venus the god of love. [ back
The belief that there is more than one god.
Polytheism is belief in, or worship of multiple gods or deities. The word comes from the Greek words poly+theoi, literally "many gods." Ancient religion was polytheistic, holding to a pantheon of traditional deities.