I was reading the blurbs and reviews of different books on Amazon, as you do, and I came across this book:
The Deities Are Many: A Polytheistic Theology by Jordan D. Paper
I obviously haven't read the book itself, but the first review mentions that the author makes the case that polytheism is natural to humans.
And I was wondering about that. Is any 'theism' more natural to all humanity than any other? Certainly all of the cultures that I'm aware of (which is not all of them by any stretch) were all polytheistic before the advent of monotheism. Does that make it more natural to our way of thinking and now we've imposed monotheism on ourselves and made things more difficult?
Or are all theologies equally native to humans and it's just that different theologies will speak to one person and not the other due to our diversity?