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Божество Deity Divinité إله God (algemeen) Deidade Deidad
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Een god of godheid (geslachtsneutraal; cfr. vrouwelijk godin) is een hypothetisch bovennatuurlijke entiteit die door gelovigen als machtig, bovenmenselijk wezen wordt aanbeden en verantwoordelijk wordt geacht voor bepaalde aspecten van de werkelijkheid, dan wel voor de werkelijkheid als geheel. Goden kunnen geacht worden te leven op aarde, met name in de natuur, alsook in de hemel of nog in het onderaardse of de onderwereld. Het geloof in goden is algemeen verbreid, maar godsdiensten (waarmee vaak één of meer culturen verbonden zijn) verschillen in het aantal goden dat wordt aangenomen, de betekenis die zij eraan geven, en hun houding ten opzichte van eigen en andere god(en). De monotheïstische religies, zoals jodendom, christendom en islam, erkennen in principe slechts één god. In polythe Una deidad o un dios es un ser presumiblemente sobrenatural al que normalmente se le atribuyen poderes importantes (aunque a algunas deidades no se les atribuye poder alguno). Puede ser adorado, concebido como santo, divino, sagrado o inmortal, tenido en alta estima, respetado o temido por sus adeptos y seguidores. Las deidades se representan con gran variedad de formas, pero con frecuencia con forma humana o animal; se les asignan personalidades y conciencias, intelecto, deseos y emociones como los humanos. Se le atribuyen fenómenos naturales tales como rayos, inundaciones y tormentas, así como milagros. Pueden ser concebidos como las autoridades o controladores de cada aspecto de la vida humana (tales como el nacimiento, la muerte o la otra vida). Algunas deidades son consideradas las di يُعرف الإله (أو المعبود) في الأديان بأنه ذو طبيعة فوق طبيعة البشر، وذو قدرات خارقة، يقدسه ويعبده الإنسان. Deidade é o conjunto de forças e/ou intenções que se materializam na(/numa) divindades. A deidade é a fonte de tudo aquilo que é divino. A deidade é característica e invariavelmente divina (criação); mas nem tudo o que é divino é deidade necessariamente; ainda que esteja coordenado com a deidade e tenha a tendência de "estar/ser", em alguma fase, em unidade com a deidade – espiritual, mental e/ou pessoalmente. A deity (/ˈdiː.ᵻti/ or /ˈdeɪ.ᵻti/) is a concept conceived in diverse ways in various cultures, typically as a natural or supernatural being considered divine or sacred. Monotheistic religions accept only one Deity (predominantly referred to as God), polytheistic religions accept and worship multiple deities, henotheistic religions accept one supreme deity without denying other deities considering them as equivalent aspects of the same divine principle, while several non-theistic religions deny any supreme eternal creator deity but accept a pantheon of deities which live, die and are reborn just like any other being. A male deity is a god, while a female deity is a goddess. Une divinité, une déité ou un dieu est un être supra naturel, objet de déférence dans différentes religions. Le mot divinité est également utilisé pour désigner l'essence de ces mêmes entités, ou la qualité de quelque chose de suprême ou de divin ; selon les Définitions du pseudo-Platon, un dieu est cause du bien, réalité éternelle, vivant immortel, qui se suffit à lui-même pour atteindre au bonheur. Божество́ — постулированная сверхъестественная или бессмертная личность, которая может рассматриваться как святая, божественная или священная. В более широком смысле — предмет почитания и поклонения. Божества изображаются в различных формах, но чаще всего в образе человека или животного. Некоторые верования и традиции считают богохульством изображение божества в какой бы то ни было конкретной форме. Как правило, они бессмертны, и обычно обладают индивидуальностью, наделены сознанием, разумом, желаниями и эмоциями, аналогичными тем, которые свойственны человеку. Такие природные явления, как молнии, наводнения, штормы, другие «форс-мажорные обстоятельства» и чудеса, приписываются божествам. Часто считается, что они имеют власть над различными аспектами человеческой жизни (например, рождением 神(英语:Deity)在漢語中有不同的含義,常和宗教有關。其中一種含義是超自然體中的最高者,不受自然規律限制,反之卻高於自然規律,主宰萬物和世界,能對物質世界加以直接或间接影響。幾乎所有的人類社會中,多少存有這種概念,但因各地文化風俗和宗教信仰的不同,人們對神的認知卻又千變萬化。
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Deidade é o conjunto de forças e/ou intenções que se materializam na(/numa) divindades. A deidade é a fonte de tudo aquilo que é divino. A deidade é característica e invariavelmente divina (criação); mas nem tudo o que é divino é deidade necessariamente; ainda que esteja coordenado com a deidade e tenha a tendência de "estar/ser", em alguma fase, em unidade com a deidade – espiritual, mental e/ou pessoalmente. Una deidad o un dios es un ser presumiblemente sobrenatural al que normalmente se le atribuyen poderes importantes (aunque a algunas deidades no se les atribuye poder alguno). Puede ser adorado, concebido como santo, divino, sagrado o inmortal, tenido en alta estima, respetado o temido por sus adeptos y seguidores. Las deidades se representan con gran variedad de formas, pero con frecuencia con forma humana o animal; se les asignan personalidades y conciencias, intelecto, deseos y emociones como los humanos. Se le atribuyen fenómenos naturales tales como rayos, inundaciones y tormentas, así como milagros. Pueden ser concebidos como las autoridades o controladores de cada aspecto de la vida humana (tales como el nacimiento, la muerte o la otra vida). Algunas deidades son consideradas las directoras del tiempo y el propio destino, los dadores de la moralidad y las leyes humanas, los jueces definitivos del valor y el comportamiento humanos y los diseñadores y creadores de la Tierra o el Universo. Sin embargo, en las religiones monoteístas abrahámicas se considera blasfemo imaginar a la deidad con cualquier forma concreta. Une divinité, une déité ou un dieu est un être supra naturel, objet de déférence dans différentes religions. Le mot divinité est également utilisé pour désigner l'essence de ces mêmes entités, ou la qualité de quelque chose de suprême ou de divin ; selon les Définitions du pseudo-Platon, un dieu est cause du bien, réalité éternelle, vivant immortel, qui se suffit à lui-même pour atteindre au bonheur. يُعرف الإله (أو المعبود) في الأديان بأنه ذو طبيعة فوق طبيعة البشر، وذو قدرات خارقة، يقدسه ويعبده الإنسان. Een god of godheid (geslachtsneutraal; cfr. vrouwelijk godin) is een hypothetisch bovennatuurlijke entiteit die door gelovigen als machtig, bovenmenselijk wezen wordt aanbeden en verantwoordelijk wordt geacht voor bepaalde aspecten van de werkelijkheid, dan wel voor de werkelijkheid als geheel. Goden kunnen geacht worden te leven op aarde, met name in de natuur, alsook in de hemel of nog in het onderaardse of de onderwereld. Het geloof in goden is algemeen verbreid, maar godsdiensten (waarmee vaak één of meer culturen verbonden zijn) verschillen in het aantal goden dat wordt aangenomen, de betekenis die zij eraan geven, en hun houding ten opzichte van eigen en andere god(en). De monotheïstische religies, zoals jodendom, christendom en islam, erkennen in principe slechts één god. In polytheïstische religies, zoals de Noordse of Germaanse mythologie en het hindoeïsme, zijn er vele (klassen van) goden (in India ook wel deva's genoemd, en in West- en Noordwest-Europa Asen, Alven en Wanen). Vaak worden zulke goden verbonden door een mythologische genealogie. Het hindoeïsme is echter een voorbeeld waar goden als incarnaties van elkaar gelden, zodat in feite een veelgodenverering gecombineerd kan worden met één universeel goddelijk principe dat zich in allen manifesteert. De empirische wetenschap houdt doorgaans zich niet bezig met de vraag naar het bestaan van goden, omdat metafysica buiten haar domein valt en het daarom niet-overlappende magisteria (NOMA) zouden zijn; in de filosofie en de theologie wordt hierover wel gedebatteerd. Een god van de gaten is een godsconcept dat slechts wordt toegepast ter verklaring van (nog) niet verklaarde verschijnselen. In dit verband wordt wel gesproken van een (niet-menselijke) intelligente ontwerper. A deity (/ˈdiː.ᵻti/ or /ˈdeɪ.ᵻti/) is a concept conceived in diverse ways in various cultures, typically as a natural or supernatural being considered divine or sacred. Monotheistic religions accept only one Deity (predominantly referred to as God), polytheistic religions accept and worship multiple deities, henotheistic religions accept one supreme deity without denying other deities considering them as equivalent aspects of the same divine principle, while several non-theistic religions deny any supreme eternal creator deity but accept a pantheon of deities which live, die and are reborn just like any other being. A male deity is a god, while a female deity is a goddess. The Oxford reference defines deity as "a god or goddess (in a polytheistic religion)", or anything revered as divine. C. Scott Littleton defines a deity as "a being with powers greater than those of ordinary humans, but who interacts with humans, positively or negatively, in ways that carry humans to new levels of consciousness beyond the grounded preoccupations of ordinary life". Various cultures have conceptualized a deity differently than a monotheistic God. A deity need not be omnipotent, omnipresent, omniscient, omnibenevolent, eternal. A monotheistic God is almighty, omnipresent, omniscient, omnibenevolent and eternal. Monotheistic religions typically refer to God in masculine terms, while other religions refer to their deities in a variety of ways – masculine, feminine, androgynous and gender neutral. Historically, many ancient cultures such as Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, Nordic culture and Asian culture associated or identified deities with natural phenomena, as their powers but not as causes. Some Avestan and Vedic deities were viewed as ethical concepts. In Indian religions, deities have been envisioned as manifesting within the temple of every living being's body, as sensory organs and mind. Deities have also been envisioned as a form of existence (Saṃsāra) after rebirth, for human beings who gain merit through an ethical life, wherein a being becomes a guardian deity and lives blissfully in heaven. But in Indian religions, all deities are also subject to death when their merit runs out. Божество́ — постулированная сверхъестественная или бессмертная личность, которая может рассматриваться как святая, божественная или священная. В более широком смысле — предмет почитания и поклонения. Божества изображаются в различных формах, но чаще всего в образе человека или животного. Некоторые верования и традиции считают богохульством изображение божества в какой бы то ни было конкретной форме. Как правило, они бессмертны, и обычно обладают индивидуальностью, наделены сознанием, разумом, желаниями и эмоциями, аналогичными тем, которые свойственны человеку. Такие природные явления, как молнии, наводнения, штормы, другие «форс-мажорные обстоятельства» и чудеса, приписываются божествам. Часто считается, что они имеют власть над различными аспектами человеческой жизни (например, рождением или смертью). Некоторые божества, по представлениям верующих, являются распорядителями самой их судьбы, дают свыше мораль и человеческие законы, и, в конечном итоге, являются судьями человеческого достоинства и поведения. Иногда божества считаются также создателями Земли и Вселенной. 神(英语:Deity)在漢語中有不同的含義,常和宗教有關。其中一種含義是超自然體中的最高者,不受自然規律限制,反之卻高於自然規律,主宰萬物和世界,能對物質世界加以直接或间接影響。幾乎所有的人類社會中,多少存有這種概念,但因各地文化風俗和宗教信仰的不同,人們對神的認知卻又千變萬化。
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Itzamna e Ixchel Beaker Janus Orisha Krishna Skanda
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Examples of representations of deities in different cultures. Clockwise from upper left: Hinduism, Buddhism, Yoruba, Roman, Inca, Maya.
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Inca Sun deity festival Oh creator and Sun and Thunder, be forever copious, do not make us old, let all things be at peace, multiply the people, and let there be food, and let all things be fruitful.
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