So now I have a point to make and a question to ask. I think it's possible to believe in the Old Gods, like the Norse and Roman, even if those societies are dead. Why is it socially accepted to believe in a Magic Zombie (Jesus; because he rose from the dead where by he is a zombie and used magic or supernatural powers to do stuff) or believe in one all knowing and all powerful god, but not alright to believe in gods of past cultures and societies? I raise this question, does it actually say in the bible that the Gods of old weren't truly gods? The Judeo-Christian God (Yahweh) demands that humans worship no god before they worship him, but that does not stipulate that Odin, Aphrodite, Zeus, Tia-mat, Khali or Qestacotal were not in fact gods. Follow up question, no Judeo-Christian God believer has been able to answer this question, how does Lucifer become stronger? I mean, Lucifer isn't chained in Hell, that is a myth, the bible says he can walk on both earth and in heaven, so he knows how things are going to turn out, so he must think he can beat God, but he was already cast out, so logic says that Lucifer would want more power, so where is he getting it from?