henotheism [hen-uh-thee-iz-uh m]
1. the worship of a particular god, as by a family or tribe, without disbelieving in the existence of others.
2. ascription of supreme divine attributes to whichever one of several gods is addressed at the time.
Origin: 1855-60; < Greek heno-, combining form of hén one (neuter of heîs) + theism
Now YOU come up with a sentence (or fic? or graphic?) that best illustrates the word.