God in Different Languages: God is a divine and sacred supernatural being. God is the creator of this earth and whole universe. He is the one feared and obeyed. God is known to be the only supreme power. Every religion has is own God. But one thing is true in all religions that God id only one.
How to Say God in 88 Different Languages
|Different Languages||Word God|
|Chinese Simplified||神 (shén)|
|Chinese Traditional||神 (shén)|
There is one power that drives oceans and rives, causes the day and night, changes weather and seasons and there is only one God that is responsible for the life and death. God is all knowing, all seeing, all present and the most powerful. He is the creator of every single thing that exists or has ever existed.
Moon and sun, stars and planets, everything obeys his commands and there is not a single thing that could happen without His concern. In the old times people has no idea of God and that perceived everything harmful as god. They had different gods like “the fire lord”, “Sun”, “cow”, “elephants” etc. There are many views about the existence of God.
God created the Universe and nurtured it according to the belief of theism, but in deism He created the Universe, but is not the sustainer. God is universe himself in pantheism. There is a lack of faith in Him in atheism. The existence of God is found unheard of or ignorant of in agnosticism. Monotheists trust that there’s only one god, and that this god is worshiped with different names in different religions as well.
In particular, Hinduism and Sikhism emphasize the view that all of religious people worship the same God, whether they know it or not. Islam’s concept on God is based on “Tauheed” which means oneness of God.
In Quran ‘Allah’ is the absolute power. In Islam Allah does not match to any of its creations in any way. Christians have a belief to define God in three divine persons each of which is himself. The Holy trinity consists of God, The Son Jesus and God The Holy spirit.