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The concept of a '''God''' and the ways in which his or her wishes were to be followed were important concepts in the [[Middle Ages]] and [[Renaissance]]. While the [[Christian]] god was the primary one in [[Europe]] at this time, other [[period]] [[religion]]s followed alternate gods or goddesses. Sometimes they followed the same god but had alternate views on what entailed that deity. Some religions actually believed in multiple gods.
'''God''' and the [[Church]] were important concepts in the [[Middle Ages]] and [[Renaissance]].
 
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== Monotheistic religions and their god ==
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== Polytheistic religions and their primary gods ==
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More about that '''God''' chap and some of his greatest mistakes later...
 
 
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Latest revision as of 15:23, 17 September 2011

The concept of a God and the ways in which his or her wishes were to be followed were important concepts in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. While the Christian god was the primary one in Europe at this time, other period religions followed alternate gods or goddesses. Sometimes they followed the same god but had alternate views on what entailed that deity. Some religions actually believed in multiple gods.

Monotheistic religions and their god

to be filled

Polytheistic religions and their primary gods

to be filled