Is Christianity Really Monotheistic?

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Perplexed created the topic: Is Christianity Really Monotheistic?

Judaism is monotheistic, but with all the different saints and apostles, and with the dogma of The Holy Trinity, does Christianity qualify as such? Think about it, do we Christians have more than one God to pray to?

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DeepSea replied the topic: Is Christianity Really Monotheistic?

I've wondered this question myself, and after a little research, I came to the conclusion that yes, Christianity is a monotheistic religion. Why? Well, I think a very simple way to understand The Holy Trinity is to think of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit as different sides of the same shape. One God, different facets.

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fireme replied the topic: Is Christianity Really Monotheistic?

I believe it is. Even though some pray to Jesus and not his dad, the faith dictates and specifies that there is only one God. Jesus may have tried to save us from ourselves, but God made us in first place.

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