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"place no other Gods before me"

I understand this to mean "do not worship any other Gods in place of me"

To answer your questions, it is necessary to define what God is and then describe what God is to us, His creation.

God is the originator, the creator, the sustainorsustainer. He comes from nothing and nothing comes from him (directly). He need only say 'be' and it is.

He alone is worthy of worship and to Him alone we must turn to for help.

This is the true nature of Montheism i.e. One cannot worship or pray for assistance to anything other than God.

By this definition of unitarian monotheism (the true pure form of the faith of Abraham), popular Christianity is not monotheistic and it cannot claim to be.

It is in fact polytheistic if it subscribes to the belief in the shield model (below).

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It encourages worship of a holy trinity in addition to God and prayer and supplication to at least 3 other entities in addition to God. By this definition it is polytheistic.

You will not find a single decent argument to refute this. Christian apologists try as they may cannot explain this glaring contradiction.

All other beings or entities mentioned in the scriptures are not Gods or demi gods, they are part of the creation.

Man in attempt to satisfy his own needs and fancies has created and creates other gods or demi gods.

Worship and supplication to Christ as Lord and/or God and worship and supplication to Mary are examples of polytheism.

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"place no other Gods before me"

I understand this to mean "do not worship any other Gods in place of me"

To answer your questions, it is necessary to define what God is and then describe what God is to us, His creation.

God is the originator, the creator, the sustainor. He comes from nothing and nothing comes from him (directly). He need only say 'be' and it is.

He alone is worthy of worship and to Him alone we must turn to for help.

This is the true nature of Montheism i.e. One cannot worship or pray for assistance to anything other than God.

By this definition of unitarian monotheism (the true pure form of the faith of Abraham), popular Christianity is not monotheistic and it cannot claim to be.

It is in fact polytheistic if it subscribes to the belief in the shield model.

enter image description here

It encourages worship of a holy trinity in addition to God and prayer and supplication to 3 entities in addition to God. By this definition it is polytheistic.

You will not find a single decent argument to refute this. Christian apologists try as they may cannot explain this glaring contradiction.

All other beings or entities mentioned in the scriptures are not Gods or demi gods, they are part of the creation.

Man in attempt to satisfy his own needs and fancies has created and creates other gods or demi gods.

"place no other Gods before me"

I understand this to mean "do not worship any other Gods in place of me"

To answer your questions, it is necessary to define what God is and then describe what God is to us, His creation.

God is the originator, the creator, the sustainer. He comes from nothing and nothing comes from him (directly). He need only say 'be' and it is.

He alone is worthy of worship and to Him alone we must turn to for help.

This is the true nature of Montheism i.e. One cannot worship or pray for assistance to anything other than God.

By this definition of unitarian monotheism (the true form of the faith of Abraham), popular Christianity is not monotheistic and it cannot claim to be.

It is in fact polytheistic if it subscribes to the belief in the shield model (below).

It encourages worship of a holy trinity in addition to God and prayer and supplication to at least 3 other entities in addition to God. By this definition it is polytheistic.

You will not find a single decent argument to refute this. Christian apologists try as they may cannot explain this glaring contradiction.

All other beings or entities mentioned in the scriptures are not Gods or demi gods, they are part of the creation.

Man in attempt to satisfy his own needs and fancies has created and creates other gods or demi gods.

Worship and supplication to Christ as Lord and/or God and worship and supplication to Mary are examples of polytheism.

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"place no other Gods before me"

I understand this to mean "do not worship any other Gods in place of me"

To answer your questions, it is necessary to define what God is and then describe what God is to us, His creation.

God is the originator, the creator, the sustainor. He comes from nothing and nothing comes from him (directly). He need only say 'be' and it is.

He alone is worthy of worship and to Him alone we must turn to for help.

This is the true nature of Montheism i.e. One cannot worship or pray for assistance to anything other than God.

By this definition of unitarian monotheism (the true pure form of the faith of Abraham), popular Christianity is not monotheistic and it cannot claim to be.

It is in fact polytheistic if it subscribes to the belief in the shield model.

enter image description here

It encourages worship of a holy trinity in addition to God and prayer and supplication to 3 entities in addition to God. By this definition it is polytheistic.

You will not find a single decent argument to refute this. Christian apologists try as they may cannot explain this glaring contradiction.

All other beings or entities mentioned in the scriptures are not Gods or demi gods, they are part of the creation.

Man in attempt to satisfy his own needs and fancies has created and creates other gods or demi gods.