Quote Originally Posted by Sean_Jobst View Post
In theory, monotheists believe in one god who is omniscient and omnipresent, all-knowing and all-wise. But in practice, they delegate some of this one god's powers to lesser beings. For example, in the form or angels, prophets, sages, etc.. Why would such a superior being who is already capable of all things, need to delegate some of these superior powers to intermediaries?
Because it's in his nature also to delegate authority to beings that work in his creation. God is a respecter of the sovereignty, he delegates.