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There can't be a yes/no answer to this, as it depends entirely on what definition of "gods" is used. The Time Lords have been regarded as gods by, for example, the Minyans ("Underworld"). However, humans have also been regarded as gods -- sometimes even being regarded that way by other humans (as Barbara Wright was in "The Aztecs"). In some stories, some of the more extreme Time Lords have come to almost consider themselves to be like gods, an example being the unhinged incarnation of Rassilon seen in "The End of Time".