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In monotheism, God is regarded as the supreme belief and the main object of belief. As theologians describe, the concept of God usually includes omniscience (omniscience), omnipotence (infinite power), omnipresence (omnipresence), and the attribute of eternal and necessary existence. According to one's theism, these attributes are either used by analogy or used literally as the unique attributes of God.

God is often considered invisible (invisible) and has no gender, although many religions use masculine terms to describe God, such as "his" or "father," while some religions (such as Judaism) are purely attributes. The grammatical "gender" of God. [6] God's impotence and weakness are related to the concepts of God's transcendence (outside of nature) and inner (in nature, in the world), and have a synthetic position, such as "inner transcendence".

God is considered personal or impersonal. In theism, God is the creator and maintainer of the universe, while in theism, God is the creator, not the maintainer of the universe. In pantheism, God is the universe itself. In atheism, God is not considered to exist, but in the context of Agnosticism, God is considered unknown or unknowable. God is also regarded as the root of all moral obligations and "the most possible existence". Many famous philosophers have put forward arguments against and against the existence of God.

Many different concepts of God and competing claims about God's characteristics, goals, and actions led to the development of the ideas of omnipotence, pantheism, or perennial philosophy, which assumed that there was a basic theological truth, all of which expressed a partial understanding of what was "devout in various world religions People are actually worshipping God through different, overlapping ideas or images of God.