In religio-mythology, gods (TR=697), or “deities”, as compared to “God” (or the deity), in a monotheistic (mono-ergonic) belief system, aka religion, refers to one or a number of deities or supernatural beings in a polytheistic (poly-ergonic) belief system.

The following are related quotes:

“The universe, that is the all, is made neither of gods nor men, but ever has been and ever will be an eternal living fire, kindling and extinguishing in destined measure.”
Heraclitus (c.470BC) [1]

1. References
1. (a) Heidegger, Martin and Fink, Eugen. (1967). Heraclitus Seminar (translator: Charles Seibert) (pg. 56). Northwestern University Press, 1979.
(b) Stokes, Philip. (2002). Philosophy 100: Essential Thinkers (pg. 15). Enchanted Lion Books.

External links
Deity (Gods redirect) – Wikipedia.
Names of god – Wikipedia.
God (word) – Wikipedia.
God – Wikipedia.

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