The doctrine or belief that there is but one God.
Belief that there exists one and only one God. A common trait among Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
Monotheism from the Greek [ mono] meaning one and [ theos] meaning God. It is the doctrine applied particularly to religions like Judaism or Christianity which believe in only one God. [ back
doctrine or belief that there is but one personal and transcendant God; common to Jewish, Christian and Moslem faiths
the claim that one God created the world and sustains it while transcending it
belief in a God with only one moustache
Often applied to the worship of Aten. See Aten.
Belief in a single, supreme being or god who is responsible for significant events such as the creation of the world.
The worship of one God in whom the fullness of all things dwell, including male and female, which equally reflect the glory and image of God.
the view that there is only one God
The belief in one supreme deity that has no other aspects. Judaism and Islam are both monotheistic.
Believing in the existence of only one god.
belief in only one God as ultimate reality.
The doctrine or belief that there is only one God.
The belief in one God.
belief in one personal god or goddess
A belief in only one god.
Belief in one God - The Christians, Jews and Muslims
Belief in a single god, being The Father, The Son (optional), the Holy Ghost, three archangels (Michael, Raphael, and Gabriel), Satan, the archdemons, various angels and demons (many unspecified), etc.
The belief that there is only one God in the universe.
Belief in one, and only one, God. Belief in a single personal deity. Contrasted with polytheism.
The exclusive worship of a single god; introduced by the Jews into Western civilization. (p. 47)