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  • No. For example: there are atheistic religions. That is: religions that do not recognize any deity or deity-like "thing". Many forms of Buddhism are atheistic, as are many forms of ancestor worship.
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  • I believe that those religions that recognize a deity as the Creator of life and the giver of laws are referring to the same deity. The idea that this "creator of the universe" is all-powerful and deserves our undying love and respect is too uniformly described to be different individuals. "Budda", "Jehovah", and "God" - call it what you will, but I believe everyone who follows a religion is on the same page. It's just a matter of pride when they compete to see who's God is "better" than who's.
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  • Christ is assimilated with Krishna in hindu.
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  • Yes of course they do. Look back in history in every culture people had names for their gods and still do. So, the name you accept depends on the religion you accept or grew up with. If you are a Bible reader than you are familiar with "Yahweh" or "Jehovah" (as a side note "God" is not a name it is a title). If you would like more information on this or other Bible topics please login to JW.org.
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