Elohim


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Elohim

(ĕlōhēm`, ēlō`hĭm, ĕl`ōhēm), term used to designate the God of Israel. The use of Elohim in Israel's religious texts is an attempt to treat the particular Hebrew God, Yahweh, in a more general religious context.

Elohim

spoken in place of the ineffable Yahweh. [Judaism: NCE, 22]
See: God

Elohim

Old Testament a Hebrew word for God or gods
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In a statement released August 6, the Mashiach Rael announced the end of protection for Israel by the Elohim and proclaimed his now anti-Zionist position.
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Henceforth, under the title 'Elohimleaks,' I will immediately post the most recent information from the Elohim about what is happening on Earth in the most secret government services," Rael said on August 20.
He said they wished him to devote his life to preaching their message - that all life on earth was created by the Elohim using advanced genetic techniques, evolution was a myth and that God - as we know him - didn't exist.
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In the first verse, 32:31, Jacob, after the all-night struggle, names the site Peniel (face of God): "became I have seen elohim face to face and my life was saved.
FBI and ATF records show that federal authorities were aware prior to the bombing that Strassmeir was training the residents of Elohim City in the use of firearms, explosives, insurrection, and guerrilla warfare.
His goal is to demonstrate that every occurrence in which Elohim is undetermined could have resulted from changes made to an earlier text.
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It is part of being created b'tzelem elohim, in the image of G
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With the help of Nuha Dabbouseh, a member of the local Islamic Cultural Center (ICC), Gretchen and Deanna secured sponsorship from Glenview Community Church, B'nai Jehoshua Beth Elohim (BJBE), a Reform Jewish congregation, and the ICC, as well as the support of individual donors and local businesses.