Монотеи́зм («цхьана Делах тешар» — греч. μονος — цхьаъ, θεος — Дела[1]) — иза дела цхьаъ хиларх тешар ду[2][3].

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  1. Религии мира: история, культура, вероучение/ Под ред. А. О. Чубарьяна, Г. М. Бонгард-Левина. — М.: Олма медиа групп, 2006. — С. 111. ISBN 978-5-373-00714-6
  2. «Monotheism, belief in the existence of one god, or in the oneness of God; as such, it is distinguished from polytheism, the belief in the existence of many gods, and from atheism, the belief that there is no god. Monotheism characterizes the traditions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, and elements of the belief are discernible in numerous other religions. Monotheism and polytheism are often thought of in rather simple terms—e.g., as a merely numerical contrast between the one and the many. The history of religions, however, indicates many phenomena and concepts that should warn against oversimplification in this matter.» — Monotheism. Encyclopædia Britannica. ТӀекхочу дата: 2013 шеран 22 апрель.
  3. Лопухов А. М. Словарь терминов и понятий по обществознанию

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