God and biblical Hebrew: this is interesting and repays careful study

Categories: Bible, Biblical Hebrew, God

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  1. Paul, will you be creating a ‘why I left Islam 8 times’ post?


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  2. A simple potent truth – ‘Elohim’ in reference to The God of Israel, no where does He ‘Elohim’ – God – denote a divine substance shared amongst multiple divine persons, – ‘Elohim’ is not a WHAT in the bible, Elohim is a personal WHO, and/or neither does ‘Elohim’ denote a plurality of divine persons that collectively form a one single being.

    …. the sooner Trinitarians grasp and accept this fundamental truth, the sooner they can abandon polytheism and accept true biblical monotheism that Jesus (p) adhered to and who declared … “it is written and FOREVER REMAINS written, ‘You shall worship the Lord your God, and serve Him ONLY ’” and Jesus also affirms the Lord Thy God “is One and there is no other but HIM”

    Jesus the Messiah and Prophet worshipped and prayed to his God alone:

    > “One of those days Jesus went out to a mountainside to pray, and spent the night praying to God” Luke 6:12

    > “After He had sent the crowds away, He went up on the mountain by Himself to pray; and when it was evening, He was there alone” Matthew 14:23

    > “But Jesus Himself would often slip away to the wilderness and pray” Luke 5:16

    Jesus proclaims, “And verily God is my Lord and your Lord. So worship Him. That is the Straight Path” Quran 19:36


  3. Fascinating. I did not know this.


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  4. Christians: Jesus is God!

    The Bible:

    ‘One of those days Jesus went out to a mountainside to pray, and spent the night praying to God’ ~ Luke 6:12


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