monotheist monotheist


  • (n) a believer in one god


  1. She considers herself an unaffiliated monotheist who appreciates many aspects of Eastern Orthodoxy but finds it easier to pray with Jews and Muslims.
  2. He was the first monotheist among the Egyptians.
  3. If he was an Egyptian, he must have been an Egyptian monotheist.


  • GLOBAL FAITHS: Sikh Gurdwaras function like a Christian congregation

    This column presented a report in March of 2013 on the beginning and development of Sikhism, a faith community founded in 1499 in Punjabi, India, by a religious leader called Guru Nanak. It is a monotheist religion that rejects both Hinduism and Islam. It had a succession of nine gurus after Nanak himself, one of whom started the practice of establishing kitchens, or “langars,” to feed poor ...
    on February 1, 2014     Source: Goshen News


  1. "I request the formation of an international parliamentary committee to look at what is happening in Jerusalem and report to the union's conference next year," Mr al Ghurair said. "Jerusalem is a city that belongs to the three monotheist...
    on Mar 28, 2010 By: Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair Source: National

  2. Ahmadinejad said, "The entire monotheist Arch-Prophets (PBUT) were leaders for the whole mankind, and accordingly, so long as a single law would not be put to effect globally, and a single perfect, and noble human being would not take the charge of...
    on Jan 21, 2008 By: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Source: Islamic Republic News Agency

  3. Fischer added, "Artistically, I did not want to leave CELTIC FROST at all; I have never been happier with the music and creativity in the band. I saw 'Monotheist' as only the first of hopefully several distinctive albums by this group. I thus plan...
    on May 21, 2008 By: Tom Gabriel Fischer Source:

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