Mutually exclusive

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Mutual exclusivity represented in a non-overlapping Venn diagram

In monotheistic religion it refers to the notion that for one religion to be true, others cannot be true, since monotheistic religions each have a single god that claims to be the only god.

Universalism rejects this notion by proposing that they are all actually the same god being depicted different ways through allegory.

See Mutual Exclusivity on Wikipedia.

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Superflaw - Mutually Exclusive