It is forbidden to represent God in Islamic art, and representations of human beings are also generally discouraged.
The Christian tradition holds that God is neither male nor female, but transcends gender.
Many people are undecided as to the existence or non-existence of God. Such a position is known as agnosticism.
For many Christians, participation in the kingdom of God is a spiritual state attainable in this life.
Major monotheistic traditions include Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Sikhism.
Belief in a single, unique deity is called monotheism, while polytheism is the belief in multiple gods.
Iran's current flag has “Allāhu Akbar" repeated 22 times along the bottom of the green stripe and top of the red stripe.
Terry Davis, a schizophrenic programmer, spent 10 years of his life programming an operating system to talk to God.
The Mayan god of wind and storms was called Jun Ragan, pronounced "Huracan", hence the word "Hurricane".
The Ancient Egyptian sky god of infinity, eternity, and endlessness is called "Huh.”