I've been wondering if this is known, or even how to find it.  I once had a cat that I jokingly named "Cat" and a dog who I named "Dog".   There have been zillions of gods.  Some are monotheistic gods.  I've read a number of names for the christian god, such as Yahweh, Jehovah.  But I wonder why they call their deity by his generic name. 

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Any historians or theologians on Nexus who can enlighten me?

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