God is a deity regarded in Abrahamic faiths as the creator of the universe and the subsequent author of fate. Formally known by names such as Yahweh or Jehovah, as well as Allah and Adonai; contemporary depictions of God show him more as a general deity instead of a tribal being.
Names & Titles Edit
- Holy Spirit;
Common Attributes Edit
The archetype for the Abrahamic God is centered around four notions of infinity or 'omnis'; limitless or absolute power (omnipotence), limitless knowledge or complete awareness (omniscience), being everywhere all at once (omnipresence), and being perfectly good (omnibenevolence).
- Creation; True to his title as Creator, God is regarded by believers as the architect of the cosmos and everything within it. He fashioned the heavens - including the Sun and the Moon - and the Earth, the spirits and the soul, and all of the animals on lands, in the skies, and in the seas.
- Plan; A common trope of God is that he has a plan in place that encompasses everything that happens in the world, both good and bad. If something happens, it was all in accordance to God's plan. This notion is often references when unfortunate circumstances prevail, mostly for comfort.