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Elohim is the Hebrew word for "God." It is used more than 2,600 times in the Old Testament, and it does not occur in the New Testament because the New Testament was written in Greek. "Elohim" is the plural form, where "el" is the singular.

The word is used in different contexts and can also refer to. It's even though the majority of usage is for the God of the Bible.


About The Author

Matt Slick is the President and Founder of the Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry.