Since, according to Christianity and Judaism, God created Adam in his own image, and yet people come in so many different shapes, colors and sizes, it would be nice to see how he (she?!) actually looks. But, since he doesn't really care much for social gatherings, parties, barbecues and any other types of get-togethers, and still has no official Facebook and Twitter page, most of human beings didn't really get the chance to see his face. Therefor, we decided to make a list of artistic representations of God by different religions to help give you a chance of recognizing your master in case he actually does show up to your next barbecue or my sister's upcoming birthday party.
Amun was a god in Egyptian mythology who in the form of Amun-Ra became the focus of the most complex system of theology in Ancient Egypt. Whilst remaining hypostatic, Amun represented the essential and hidden, whilst in Ra he represented revealed divinity. As the creator deity "par excellence", he was the champion of the poor and central to personal piety.
The burning bush isn't exactly the permanent and only manifestation of God, just one of the manifestations within the Torah.
Christians have no problem in painting their God, and this is the most famous image of him. It is a section of Michelangelo's fresco Sistine Chapel ceiling painted circa 1511. It illustrates the Biblical story from the Book of Genesis in which God the Father breathes life into Adam, the first man.
The Flying Spaghetti Monster (FSM) is the deity of the parody religion the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster or Pastafarianism. The "Flying Spaghetti Monster" first appeared in a satirical open letter written by Bobby Henderson in 2005, protesting the decision by the Kansas State Board of Education to permit the teaching of intelligent design as an alternative to evolution in public school science classes.
In Hinduism, Brahman is the one supreme, universal Spirit that is the origin and support of the phenomenal universe.Brahman is sometimes referred to as the Absolute or Godhead which is the Divine Ground of all beings.
Odin is a major god in Norse mythology and the ruler of Asgard. He is associated with war, battle, victory and death, but also wisdom, magic, poetry, prophecy, and the hunt. Odin has many sons, the most famous (and the coolest) of whom is Thor.
In Aztec mythology, Huitzilopochtli, "Hummingbird on the Left", or "Left-Handed Hummingbird", was a god of war, a sun god, and the patron of the city of Tenochtitlan. He was also the national god of the Mexicas of Tenochtitlan.
Hermeticism or the Western Hermetic Tradition is a set of philosophical and religious beliefs based primarily upon the pseudepigraphical writings attributed to Hermes Trismegistus.
Ikenga (Igbo literal meaning "place of strength") is a horned Alusi (deity) found among the Igbo people in southeastern Nigeria. It is one of the most popular symbols of the Igbo people, and the most common cultural artifact. Astrologically, Ikenga's governing planet is Mars and its sacred number is 3. Ikenga is mostly maintained, kept or owned by men and occasionally by women of high reputation and integrity in the society. It comprises someone's Chi (personal god), his Ndichie (ancestors), aka Ikenga (right hand), ike (power) as well as spiritual activation through prayer and sacrifice.
*Note: All the explanations under the images about the nature of the God and the specific religion he comes from have been taken from the Wikipedia. (I only added occasional sarcastic comments criticizing the potential douchebags, for their ignorance of general knowledge.)
**Note: This article was created only for fun and just for laughs, I'm sorry if anyone feels insulted by this content, it was not our intention!source