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Is The Christian God And Muslim God The Same ?/ What Is The Name Of God ?

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Does the christian and the muslim worship the same God

Whats God's name ?

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yea right. another my imaginary god is better than ur imaginary god banter. god n Allah are as different as batman is different from superman, but both just as imaginary as the latter

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Confirmed @Airdig.

There are many gods created by men,yet one sumpreme being in the person of eternal God is single out.Whom all other gods still reference.

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Who, or what, is God? is Olorun=Chineke, is God=Allah? is God=Olorun? or is God=Chineke?

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The English word (God) itself is derived from the Proto-Germanic * ǥuđan. The Germanic words for god were originally exclusive for use by indigenous Germanic pagans long before the Christianization of the Germanic peoples. Can we then simply infer that the pagan-rooted word "God" refers to the German Pagan gods/ pantheon?

In spite of significant differences between religions such as Christianity, Islam & Judaism, the term "God" remains an English translation common to all. The name may signify any related or similar monotheistic deities.

When used in English within a community with a common monotheistic background, "God" always refers to the deity they share. Those with a background in different Abrahamic religions will usually agree on the deity they share, while still differing on details of belief and doctrine—they will disagree about attributes of [the] God, rather than thinking in terms of "my God" and "your (different) God".

The usage of the words Ubangidi, Chineke, Olorun is never in ambiguity as to the fact that it refers to the Supreme/Creator even among christian or muslims from these areas.

BTW, "God" is a pagan-rooted word existing before christianity & Islam. The same way, Allah, Olorun, Chineke, Ubangiji predate both Muhammed's Islam and Jesus' Christianity

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No. one is a Jewish god named "Yahweh", on is an Arab god named "Allah". As different as the yoruba god named "Oduduwa" and the Greek god named "Zeus". Man has always created gods and gave them names the way u name ur pet puppy

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