Jain gods

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Jain gods are supposed to be omniscient, but not omnipotent - in contrast to Abrahamic God.

Jainism believes it is logically impossible to be omnipotent for anybody. Hence, it rejects existence of Abrahamic God.

Also, Jainism allows and professes existence of multiple gods as there is no logical contradiction in having multiple omniscients.