That depends on how you interpret them.
There is an ancient Egyptian word- "Netjer".
The Greeks mis-translated it as meaning "God".
There were something like 700 "Netjeru" in the Egyptian Pantheon, and the Greeks (and later the Romans) found that hilarious.
But "Netjer" doesn't mean "God".
It means something like "divine aspect".
700 "Netjeru" - 700 "divine aspects".
That means 700 different ways of looking at one and the same thing.
The Egyptian word for God was "UA"- the numeral for "ONE".
The 700 Netjeru were it's arms and legs, it's hands and feet-
and, more importantly, it's heart, it's intelligence, it's character...
All the components of which "UA" consisted.
Add to this a statement which is ascribed to Osiris (one of the chief Netjeru):
"All gods are immortal men, and all men are mortal gods".
Now look at the three statements again, and try to see wether they make any more sense than before...
(Oh- and "UA" was bi-sexual: Neither male nor female, but *both*)