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I would say thethat merely by proving there is 'a' god you will be proving to all (at least monotheistic religions) that you have proved 'their' god. Unless the being specifically communicates to those it thinks are 'wrong' they will think they are justified.

Some of course will claim it is a false god, especially if it looks like they are wrong, everyone else is being deceived by the devil!

Polytheists will of course assume that since there is one, there must be more so all is good.

I would say the merely by proving there is 'a' god you will be proving to all (at least monotheistic religions) that you have proved 'their' god. Unless the being specifically communicates to those it thinks are 'wrong' they will think they are justified.

Some of course will claim it is a false god, especially if it looks like they are wrong, everyone is being deceived by the devil!

Polytheists will of course assume that since there is one, there must be more so all is good.

I would say that merely by proving there is 'a' god you will be proving to all (at least monotheistic religions) that you have proved 'their' god. Unless the being specifically communicates to those it thinks are 'wrong' they will think they are justified.

Some of course will claim it is a false god, especially if it looks like they are wrong, everyone else is being deceived by the devil!

Polytheists will of course assume that since there is one, there must be more so all is good.

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I would say the merely by proving there is 'a' god you will be proving to all (at least monotheistic religions) that you have proved 'their' god. Unless the being specifically communicates to those it thinks are 'wrong' they will think they are justified.

Some of course will claim it is a false god, especially if it looks like they are wrong, everyone is being deceived by the devil!

Polytheists will of course assume that since there is one, there must be more so all is good.