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He writes, "This must reflect a favourable judgment on El's characteristic attributes: as supreme deity, creator god and one possessed of wisdom, El was deemed wholly fit to be equated with Yahweh.
"The All" to whom Valle-Inclan refers is the Supreme Deity of Gnosticism, not the moody, inequitable Jehovah (Yahweh, Adonai, Elohim, El Shaddai, Iao, Sabaoth) of the Old Testament, nor is He the merciful (thus obviously reconditioned by Christianity) God the Father of the New Testament, who is supposedly accessible to man through prayer and the intercession of saints.
However, Przyluski analyses the terminal stupa of Borobudur and meticulously describes how the emperor, king of the mount (Sailendra), identified himself with the supreme deity in the central stupa.
On Day 9, it is the birthday of Jade Emperor or the supreme deity of Taoists.
Judges said religion should not be confined to faiths involving a "supreme deity".
Supreme Court justices said religion should not be confined to faiths involving a "supreme deity".
The "Katie" girlsso-called after the main character in The Way We Were, as played by Barbra Streisand in her most glorious stage as supreme deity to, in the words of Fran Drescher, all "Jewish girls in search of a leader"are unruly, uncompromising, challenging, fearless; the kind of women who don't let their partners easily win arguments or dictate their ambitions, who want to be the main characters in their own stories.
The woman, Nehmes Bastet, was a singer for the supreme deity Amon Ra during the Twenty-Second Dynasty (945-712 BC), according to an inscription on a wooden plaque found in the tomb.
In order to separate himself from the despised Buddhist clergy and combat Buddhist doctrine, he adopted the dress and demeanor of an upright Chinese scholar and schooled himself in the ancient Confucian classics, arguing that the emphasis on moral cultivation and conception of a supreme deity in these revered texts not only differed from Buddhist doctrines but also could provide a foundation to accommodate Christian practice and belief.

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