Elohim – One God or Two?

4 on May 16, 2011, 12:24 AM / in Ahn Sahng-Hong, Bible Studies, Zhang Gil-Jah

The word Elohim, when referring to the God of Israel, is grammatically singular and occurs more than 2500 times in the Hebrew Bible.  The masculine suffix in Hebrew is “im”, while the female plural suffix is “oth”.  Therefore, the word Elohim is a plural masculine form of the root word El or Eloah.  When the plural Elohim is used in […]

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