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  1. According to the rules of the Russian language, the word “god” is capitalized when it denotes the proper name of the only deity in monotheistic religions (for example, the Christian God), which is used on a par with its other names.

    A word is written with a lowercase letter when it denotes one of the many creatures that are represented, for example, in mythology (Roman gods) or fantastic literature. Also, the word is written with a lowercase letter if it is used as part of a stable combination, for example, “plays like god” or “thank God” (in this case, believers can write it with a capital letter). Fictional cultures may have an internal rule for naming gods, such as the Chaos Gods.

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