Is there a supreme goddess mentioned in the Bible?

The Bible is a collection of religious texts that are central to the Christian faith. While the Bible mentions a number of different gods and goddesses, there is no mention of a supreme goddess in the Christian tradition.

In fact, the Bible is quite clear in its monotheistic message, which emphasizes the existence of a single, all-powerful God. This God is often referred to as the "Father," and is seen as the creator and sustainer of the universe.

While there are a number of female figures mentioned in the Bible, including Mary, the mother of Jesus, and various female prophets and leaders, there is no mention of a supreme goddess who holds a position of equal or greater importance to God.

It is worth noting, however, that there are other religious traditions that do emphasize the importance of a supreme goddess. In Hinduism, for example, the goddess Devi is seen as the supreme power in the universe, and is worshipped as the embodiment of feminine energy and creativity.

Similarly, in some forms of Wicca and other neo-pagan traditions, the goddess is seen as a central figure, representing the feminine aspects of the divine and the power of nature.