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  PHILOSOPHY : On Henotheism : beyond Monotheism and Polytheism
In-between and beyond both, henotheism maintains the essential unity of God, hand in hand with a variety of theophanies, S elf-manifestations or cogitations of God, giving rise to and sustaining creation and humanity.
Ante-rational henotheism too, rooted in mythical notions and pre-rational pre-concepts, leaves the contradictions between the deities and the inconsistencies of the story-lines intact.
Henotheism holds the middle ground between the concept of a solitary God and the non-verbal myth of a plurality of disconnected deities.
www.sofiatopia.org /equiaeon/henotheism.htm   (14921 words)

  Henotheism Encyclopedia Article @ CreatedByGod.com (Created by God)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Müller stated that henotheism means "monotheism in principle and a polytheism in fact." He made the term a center of his criticism of Western theological and religious exceptionalism (relative to Eastern religions), focusing on a cultural dogma which held "monotheism" to be both fundamentally well-defined and inherently superior to differing conceptions of God.
Henotheism is similar but less exclusive than monolatry because a monolator worships only one god, while the henotheist may worship any within the pantheon, depending on circumstances.
The period of Hinduism that most closely corresponded to henotheism as Müller understood it was the early Vedic period (before 1000 BCE within the four preliminary Vedas) and even that is disputed by some scholars, most notably the great Hindu mystic Aurobindo Ghosh.
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Henotheism (Inclusive Monotheism, Monolatrism, or Monolatry) is the worship of only one god, while acknowledging that other gods exist.
Sometimes, monolatrism and henotheism are distinguished as follows: in monolatry, only one god is viewed as worthy of worship, the remainder viewed as inferior; in henotheism, the other gods are viewed as important and worthy of worship by others, however the henotheists worship only one god.
Henotheism is not simply a belief in a supreme god amongst many, or the predominant worship of one god with secondary worship of others, since these are forms of polytheism.
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 Hebrew Henotheism
One of the transitional stages from polytheism to monotheism has been called "henotheism, a situation in which there are many gods but one God prevails as the king of gods or the God of gods.
Theodore C. Vriezen explains the advantage of henotheism: "This idea of beings surrounding God by no means detracts from the uniqueness of God; on the contrary, these divine beings rather emphasize his uniqueness; he is the God of gods, their God, too; and they praise his holiness.
Henotheism is seen in the fact that Yahweh is referred to as 'El 'elim (God of gods, Dan.
www.class.uidaho.edu /ngier/henotheism.htm   (3721 words)

 1000 BCE
While Greek and Roman religion began as polytheism, during the Classical period the religion was thoroughly henotheistic, taking the form of a monarchical polytheism.
To illustrate, Maximus Tyrius (2nd century C.E.), stated: "In such a mighty contest, sedition and discord, you will see one according law and assertion in all the earth, that there is one God, the king and father of all things,...
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This article discusses the term "God" in the context of monotheism and henotheism.
See God (word) for the etymology and capitalization of the term.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Henotheism
The term itself was first used by Hellenized Jews to describe their religious practice, but it is of predominantly modern usage; it is not used in the Bible or in Rabbinic literature and only rarely in the
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