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A deity (aka deus, god, or goddess) is a "divine" being which has absolute power within its associated domain. Monotheistic religions tend to refer to their deity as simply "God" and associate it with the domain of all things, including as the demiurge (creator of all things).


Omnipresence and immanence are similar, but not identical concepts. A transcendent deity may be omnipresent, in that its presence its felt throughout its creation, while not necessarily being immanent, or dwelling within its creation.

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