Monotheistic vs Mandaeism - What's the difference?

monotheistic | mandaeism |


As an adjective monotheistic

is (religion) believing in a single god, deity, spirit, etc, especially for an organized religion, faith, or creed.

As a proper noun mandaeism is

a monotheistic religion of the iraq region with a strongly dualistic worldview, whose adherents (the mandaeans) revere adam and other biblical figures, especially john the baptist.

monotheistic

English

Adjective

(-)
  • (religion) Believing in a single god, deity, spirit, etc., especially for an organized religion, faith, or creed.
  • Antonyms

    * atheistic * polytheistic

    See also

    * theism

    mandaeism

    English

    Proper noun

    (en proper noun) (wikipedia Mandaeism)
  • A monotheistic religion of the Iraq region with a strongly dualistic worldview, whose adherents (the Mandaeans) revere Adam and other Biblical figures, especially John the Baptist.
  • Synonyms

    * Mandaeanism