For what god was the valcano named?
It was named after the Roman God Vulcan, God of smiths and then volcanoes. His name in Greek was Hephaestus.
use some clay fake trees plastic dinosaurs baking soda use food coloring in the baking soda to make it red for the lava and last but not least stand back and let it erupt
The true name of God is YEHOWAH his name is given to us in Exodus3, which also states that this name is forever for all generations.Jehovah is a German corruption of the true name Yehowah. Mostpreachers will substitute the word LORD for the name Yehowah. Malachi 1:6 A son honoureth his father, and… a servant hismaster: if then I be a father, where is mine honour? and if I be amaster, where is my fear? saith YEHOWAH of hosts unto you, Opriests, that despise my name. And ye say , Wherein have wedespised thy name? Answer 1 Their are many names for God: Rabbi, Aba, Father, Daddy, WonderfulCounselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace, exc. Icould right a book on all his names and why he got them. Answer 2 It depends on who or what you believe God to be. It would depend onyour religion above all else but language is a factor too; In Christianity sometimes he is called Jehovah, (refer to Ans. 1) In Islam God is called Allah though God is said to have 99 names inIslam In Judaism, Yahweh or Elohim (Eloh), Hinduism is Brahman Sikhism; Waheguru Zoroastrianism; Ahura Mazda In other traditions The Masai people call God Ngai The Lakota people of America say Konkaschila In old Chinese tradition they called God, Shengdi In Mongol animism God is called Tengri (Sf_Hs) Answer 3 These are the names of The Triune God: Advocate, Lamb of God,Judge, Lord of lords, Man of sorrows, Head of the church, Master,Rock, Highpreist, The Door, Living Water, Bread of life, Rose ofSharon, Alpha and Omega (my favorite), True Vine, Messiah, Teacher,Holy One, Mediator, The Beloved, Good Sheperd, Light of the World,The Word, Savior, The Almighty, Shiloh, King of kings, Prince ofPeace, Immanuel, Redeemer, The Way the Truth and The Life, TheFather, The Son and the Holy Ghost. Answer 4: God shouldn't have a name . God should remain the unknown Answer 5 God is named as god itself and is nothing but a non scientificreason to all unanswered phenomena of the world. Answer 4 and this is the best answer yet. i am a proud young JehovahsWitness, and i can help you with a simple question that the answerwill come from the truth. if i was talking about the fastes animalin the world i would be talking about a cheeta, it has a name'cheeta' but it has a title , Fastes land animal in the world, itslike God, we call him God the all mighty , lord, but there like histitles he has a name and that JEHOVAH , forever a true believer ( Full Answer )
The name is Jehovah. God has many names in the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament). The most common name is represented by the consonants YHVH/YHWH. The name of God is not Jehovah for various reasons, the main being there is no letter "J" in the Hebrew language. The correct vocalization of God's …name is said to be lost when the Temple was destroyed in 70 AD by the Romans. Jews believe when the Messiah comes, he will teach them how to say God's name once again. ( Full Answer )
Answer . God, though we say usually as that cannot be defined, is the supreme, omniscient and the only one truth.That God is known as Almighty. It has been named as Allah in Islam Father in Christianity and Parabrahm in Hinduism.. But Lords are many. Lord Shiva, Lord Krishna, Lord Muruga, Lord G…anesha, Lord Jesus, Lordess Saraswathi etc etc ( Full Answer )
From the colliding plates called Plate Tectonics which two continental crust/ two oceanic crust/ continental - oceanic crust will collide then the one that is denser will go in the mantle that we called Subduction after that happens the one continental crust will go upward until volcano will for…med that is called Upthrust Faulting . It is either the crust will form mountain or volcano but it depends upon the pressure in the mantle that makes the landform to have a Magma Chamber ( Full Answer )
Alot of planets are. The days of the week except for SUN(sun's)day, MON(moon's)day. The rest are named for either Norse or Roman gods.
uuhhh...run?. get out of the place ASAP!. most likely it'll help to on water, or air
the tectonic plates shift, then the earth starts shaking. the magma/lava inside the volcano builds up and forces through the top. then when it is flowing down its called LAVA.
valcanoes can be formed when the plates go away form each other, the magma pushes up and lava forms.
No, the planet Saturn does not have any volcanoes. However, one ofits moons Titan does have an ice volcano.
There are four basic types of volcanos. They are cinder cones,shield volcanoes, composite volcanoes, and lava domes. Compositevolcanoes share some characteristics of all the others.
Old Testament names for God God is referred to by several names in the Old Testament. The anonymous source now known as the Yahwist, referred to God as Yahweh (YHWH). This source represented the southern Hebrew kingdom of Judah in early times. The anonymous source now known as the Elohist, usu…ally referred to God as Elohim. This source represented the northern Hebrew kingdom of Israel in early times. The Priestly source also used the name Elohim , as well as El Shaddai ("God Almighty"). Another early name used for God was Adonai ("Lord"). The name Yahweh is rarely used now, except in German translation, Jehovah , which is used in an English language context by some Christian denominations. Arguably, El or Elohim , being Hebrew simply for 'God', and Adonai, being the Hebrew name for 'Lord' , are the names we continue to use. ( Full Answer )
Gods name is Jehova Look It Up iF You dont believe me.How the Jehova witnesses believe Its right the Jehova Witness Are Right There is ona be a armageddon And there are signs And We Are Near To The End So If People Preech On YouR Door Accept it and you will b e safe and you will live forever In Para…disewith no death no pain an the animals would never hurt you ( Full Answer )
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The world's largest active volcano is Mauna Loa, on the Big Island of Hawaii. It is 120 km long, and 13,680 ft. above sea level. It is goes for 13 km. below the sea level as well. Mauna Loa by itself amounts to 85% of all of the other Hawaiian islands combined. Its most recent eruption lasted 22 day…s, from March 24-April 15 1984. ( Full Answer )
To me God's name is as much as the language on earth is; because everybody calls God according to the language you speak for example; English: God French: Dieu Spanish: Dios Arabic: Allah Hebrew: Baruch If you create your own religions, you can call God whenever you want. Another point… commonly misunderstood is that if God is called something else (most often this happens with Allah) then he/she is a different god. In reality, they are one and the same. Do American Christians believe that Latinos believe in a different god because he/she is called Dios? No. If you will argue that it is true because Islam is a different(ly called) religion, then do we believe that Zeus and Jupiter were two different gods because A. They had different names and B. The Roman and Greek versions of this religion had two different names in their respective cultures? No. ( Full Answer )
Well, you can call him God, or Lord. When God appered to Moses, he called him self I Am.
If you look in the Jewish Torah it say YHWH (Yahweh) is our creator's name.
Volcanoes were formed along time ago. At the beginning it started that it rained alot on all earth, for days and days, there were no poepel on earth in this time. Then Lava stopped the rain and days passed. The lava didn't turn solid but stayed liquid. Then when the rain came back, the lava went t…o the center of earth. Then after some days the lava popped out and land went up very high cause the lava pushed it up. Alot of the lava did it to pop out but also alot of lava DIDN'T go out. Then the lava hapily went out and sometimes, nearly never, the volcanoes errupt! ( Full Answer )
The gods were all known to be mean and angry as they had a harsh life, the gods names were TIAMAT ISHTAR ENKI MARDUK APSU ANU HUMBABA INANNA GILGAMESH ERESHKIGAL
For Christians: God was not created, he was always alive and was always called Jehovah (in case you were wondering). Hard to comprehend, yes, but it is true. For Muslims: Refer to above just change the name. For Hindus:Refer to above just change the name. For atheists: Because he is real and is wors…hipped by many people around the globe. For other religions: Refer to above just change the name. ( Full Answer )
the answer to the question is as impossble as the question:our planet is dotted with thousands of v o lcanos, some dormant, some very much alive and active. It was once thought thatvolcanos were most abundant on therim of the Pacific ocean and assigned the nameof "Rim of fire" This is a poor general…ization as the Eastern rim of th Mediterranean sea has a far denser volcano concentration and in past history where the greatest and mot damaging eriuptions occured, surpasing even the famed Krakatoa which separated the Malay archipelago and Borneo from the mainland ( Full Answer )
Athena~ goddess of Wisdom, war, and crafts. Aphrodite~Goddess of love, lust, and beauty Hera~Queen of the gods. Goddess of marriage. Hestia~Goddess of the hearth Artemis~Goddess of the Hunt and childbirth. Demeter~Goddess of the harvest ^^Those were the major goddess. Here are some… minor goddesses. Persephone~Goddess of the underworld, and springtime. Nike~Goddess of Victory Nemesis~Goddess of Revenge Iris~Goddess of the rainbow There are countless Greek goddesses, but nobody knows all of them. ( Full Answer )
Yes, Alaska does have volcanoes. A large park of Alaska (the Aleautian Chain) was created by volcanoes. There are many minor volcanic eruptions in Alaska each decade, but there has been very little major volcanic activity in Alaska.
You are able to find all types of volcanoes on, or near the tectonic plates but all have their own distinct area.
The Creator of the universe, as depicted in the TaNaKh, neverstated a name. In the story of the burning bush in Exodus, God isasked by Moshe for a name to tell the people. God's answer is mostoften translated as "I Am Who I Am", and can also be rendered inthe future tense ("I Will Be Who I Will Be")… -- essentially anon-answer, since in the ancient world to acquire the name ofsomeone or something is to have a degree of dominion over it. In other sections of the TaNaKh, God's name is rendered as the Tetragrammaton , or "Four Letters". In Jewish thought,God's name is too precious and awesome to be spoken, and thus whenthe scriptures were read aloud the word Elohim was mostoften used. The Tetragrammaton is YHVH . In Hebrew, vowels are not used, so theologianshave guessed at the pronunciation of the Tetragrammaton. Today,most religious groups agree that "Yahweh" (YA-way) or "Yahveh"(Ya-VAY), are correct pronunciations. Over centuries of Christianinfluence and translation of the Tetragrammaton, the Ys werechanged to Is (in Latin) and then to Js in English. Jehovah is acommon older version of the Tetragrammaton, still used by KingJames-reading Christians and Jehovah's Witnesses. For many,"JEHOVAH" is translated as "HE CAUSES TO BECOME"- IT CAN BE FOUNDAT PSALMS 83:18, INSIGHT TO THE SCRIPTURES................... In Islam, God's name is rendered as Allah (A-LAH), and there is atradition from the Q'Ran which provides 99 wonderful attributes ofAllah. ( Full Answer )
I'm glad you asked. My God actually did reveal his personal name to mankind. But to many people that name makes their stomach crawl. My God's name is - - are you ready? In English it's "Jehovah". I'm not sure what it is in Hebrew. But then I don't speak Hebrew so it doesn't really matter. We don't s…ay any of the Hebrew names the same way in English; go figure. I am one of HIS Witnesses. I witness about Jehovah. My God does not have 2 or 3 names. Psalm 83:18 states that he has revealed to mankind only 1 name. "Whose name ALONE is Jehovah." "Alone" = One , not 2 or 3. People get mixed up the difference between 'name' and 'title'. Jehovah carries MANY 'Titles', but only one name. Some of Jehovah's titles are: God / Lord / Almighty / Eternal / Father / Most High / etc etc. Titles tell us 'WHAT' someone is. Names tell us 'WHO' that someone is. Both titles and names are nouns; but a name is a 'proper noun'.. ( Full Answer )
It is a volcano that has not experienced any activity for a significant amount of geologic time and is not expected to experience activity for the foreseeable future.
According to my sources, the Greek God of the Sun is Apollo, god of light, healing, and archery. Again, I may be wrong. Hope this helps!
a place in the earths surface through wich molten rock and other materials reach the sruface
the effects of a valcano are the smoke is very thick and can somethimes cover the sun and it changes the climate
No, 'god' is a title, like 'mother' or 'father' or 'king'..... God's name is often recorded at Psalms 83:18, if not in the verse, then in the footnote of many Bibles. Additional Thoughts: In the bible he is known by several different names all meaning one, strong, I Am, etc. These names are u…sed to help people connect with him on a personal level but are not necessarily his actual name, but just names given to him by man. God's name isn't god. It is YodHayWawHay ( YHWH ). We are accustomed to calling him GOD because it has been passed down from generations, but the word god was actually derived by the Pagans, who used the name to worship their deities, or idols. Their is only one mighty being which is the Creator and he is my GOD. The reason of your question is because in many Bibles God's name has been removed. "Jehovah" (Heb., ××××, YHWH ), God's personal name, first occurs in Ge 2:4. The divine name is a verb, the causative form, the imperfect state, of the Hebrew verb ××× ( haÂ·wahâ², "to become"). Therefore, the divine name means "He Causes to Become." This reveals Jehovah as the One who, with progressive action, causes himself to become the Fulfiller of promises, the One who always brings his purposes to realization. The greatest indignity that modern translators render to the Divine Author of the Holy Scriptures is the removal or the concealing of his peculiar personal name. Actually his name occurs in the Hebrew text 6,828 times as ×××× ( YHWH or JHVH ), generally referred to as the Tetragrammaton (literally meaning "having four letters"). Many have substituted His name with titles such as "Lord," "the Lord," "Adonai" or "God" for the divine name, the Tetragrammaton. Today, apart from a few fragments of the early Greek Septuagint where the sacred name is preserved in Hebrew, only the Hebrew text has retained this most important name in its original form of four letters, ×××× ( YHWH ), the exact pronunciation of which has not been preserved. Current circulating texts of the Greek Septuagint (LXX), Syriac Peshitta (Sy) and Latin Vulgate (Vg) substitute the mere title "Lord" for God's unique name. Another answer: The name god is like the names daddy, mummy, baby, son, daughter, brother and sister where these names are sometimes used as individual names also. Some parents call their children baby when speaking to them or about them. Some also call their children by the name son/daughter. Some siblings refer to each other by using the name brother or sister and they call their parents by the name daddy or mummy. So the fact is that the word god is similar to the words mummy and daddy. The name of god however depends on whatever men who have created various religions in their own image and likeness has assigned to their supreme deity (Zeus, Jehovah, Yhwh, Allah, Krishna, etc). ( Full Answer )
well they really didnt have a name for GOD moses called him god Adam called him god and so did...well everyone else so god is his name. but if u want people also call him jahova or yahweh. Luke 2:11 For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. (Luke 2:2…9-30). There it is! His eyes had not just seen God's SALVATION - God's Yahshua (Jesus), but he had felt and touched Him, the holy child Yahshua (Jesus). "And you shall call His Name SALVATION (YAHSHUA - Jesus) for He will save His people from their sins." Amen! ( Full Answer )
The name God is a common name used to describe an office or position just like the names king, emperor, governor, president and manager.
Volcanoes occur when two techtonic plates come together, like an earthquake- which sometimes causes the formation of a volcano, push through the crust.
The people of the southern Hebrew kingdom of Judah seem to have known God originally as Yahweh (YHWH), as the source now known as the Yahwist represented the Judahite point of view in his contributions to the Pentateuch and used that name for God. The people of the northern Hebrew kingdom of Is…rael seem to have known God originally as El or, more usually, Elohim , as the source now known as the Elohist represented the Israelite point of view in his contributions to the Pentateuch and used that name for God. The name for God has evolved over the centuries. By the time of the Babylonian Exile, The Priestly Source preferred to use the name El Shaddai , "God Almighty" for God. In the nineteenth century, German scholars were at the forefront of biblical analysis. They translated the Hebrew name "Yahweh" into German as Jehovah , a name which has since entered the English language as a popular name for God. In addition The name of God - known as the 'Tetragrammaton' is simply four letters in the original Hebrew YHWH (usually pronounced 'YahWeh' but as ancient Hebrew script had no vowles it could have equally been 'YahWah' or 'YuhWeh'). The name comes from the encounter Moses had with God who appeared to speak from a burning bush, and when Moses was given his directive to lead the Hebrew people out of Egypt. When concerned about whether the Hebrews would believe him, Moses asked God his name "Who shall I say has sent me?" he asked. God replied "I AM who I AM". Tell the Israelites that I AM has sent you". The Hebrew word I AM is written YHWH. So God's name, given by God himself, is 'I AM'. This name for God was seen as too holy to be uttered by the Jewish people, despite it being written in their scripture throughout the history books, the Laws and the books of the Prophets. The only time that YHWH was uttered aloud was on the Day of Atonement, and then only once by the Temple's High Priest. Otherwise, when scripture was read out loud in the Temple or synagogues, a substitute was read out in place of YHWH - the "unutterable holy name of God" as the Jews referred to it. As stated above, in some parts of the Iraelite lands Elohim or El Shaddai were used as replacements for YHWH. In others Addonai . These words, simply translated, mean 'Lord' (ie Lord of all/God of all/God almighty) So in modern English translations of the Bible, YHWH (or its modern equivalent Jehovah) is never used out of respect for the "unutterable holy name of God". In its place is used the word 'Lord', but when replacing YHWH the word 'Lord' has a large upper case 'L' and small upper case 'ORD' to distinguish it from the normal meaning of the word 'lord' which is written conventionally. Incidentally, the same root word of 'Lord' was also used of Jesus Christ, and also used by him, suggesting strongly that others believed Jesus to be divine - and, more to the point, Jesus, by using it of himself, also claimed to be divine as a result of using it. ( Full Answer )
Tectonic plates that make up the Earth's surface push together, forming a mountain. Magma that presides under the surface gradually eats a hole in the mountain, until it is a volcano. A volcano erupts when the pressure of the magma is too great, and the top explodes off the volcano.
If you are reffering to the Judeo-Christian god, there are manynames. Perhaps the oldest name was 'Yahweh'. Yahweh ceased to bepronounced in early post-biblical times, and has been replaced withthe word 'Adonai', meaning Lord. Another early name for theJudeo-Christian god was the tetragrammaton; 'YH…WH' or 'JHVH'. It isbelieved by many scholars that this is the derivative form of'Yehowah' or more commonly; 'Jehovah'. The tetragrammaton is part of the Seven names of God; thetetragrammaton, El, Elohim, Eloah, Elohai, El Shaddai, and Tzevaot.The seven names of God, once written, "cannot be erased because oftheir holliness." There are a lot of other names in the hebrew Bible (the Tanakh),that I haven't mentioned here. In Christianity he is usually called simply 'God' or 'Lord',although, by extention, he is also Jesus Christ and the HolySpirit. In Islam, he is reffered to as 'Allah'. Unlike Christianity, Islamputs heavy emphasis on Allah being strictly singular. "He is unique(wahid) and inherently one (ahad), all-merciful and omnipotent."This is very different from Christianity's Holy Trinity. There are,according to the Qur'an, 99 names of God (al-asma al-husna lit.meaning: "the best names"). Each of the 99 names of God evoke adistinct characteristic of God. The most famous of these names are'Al-Rahman' ("the Most Gracious") and 'Al-Rahim' ("the MostMercifull"). The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (mormonism) believe"God" means 'Elohim' (the Father) and "Godhead" means a council ofthree distinct gods; Elohim (the Father), Jehovah (the Son, orJesus) and the Holy Spirit. In Mormonism, the Father and the Sonhave perfected, material bodies, while the Holy Spirit is a spiritand does not have a body. This is different from Christianity'sTrinity, in that Mormons believe the three persons to be physicallyseparate beings, but united in will and purpose. In BahÃ¡'Ã faith, God is a formless, personal, inaccessible,omniscient, omnipresent, imperishable and almighty God who is thecreator of all things in the universe. They believe the existanceof God and the universe is eternal, without a beginning or and end. They believe in the unity of mankind. They believe that all faithis derived from one entity, and that all prophets, from allreligions are 'divine messengers'. These include many Abrahamicfigures, Dharmic once, Krishna, Moses, Buddha, Jesus, Muhammad, andothers. BahÃ¡'Ã faith rejects all pantheistic, anthropomorphic, andincarnationist beliefs in God. ( Full Answer )
Some of the names that men have given to their Gods are; Zeus, Brahma, Jehovah, Allah and many more according to the various cultures of the world. God's name It depends on your religion or what you believe in as a spiritual entity. . As far as the Bible is concerned, the only place God is re…corded as giving his name is to Moses when asked who Moses was supposed to say sent him. The was to tell them that I Am sent you. . At the time that YHWH was in use, it was thought that to know the name of a god was to have power over the god. Therefore the Hebrew god's name could not be known as he was believed to be all powerful. Not having a name made it difficult to talk or write about so the characters of YHVH were used as a substitute for a name. The pronunciation of the letters of YHVH seems to be Jehova or Yaweh. As noted in other parts of this post, there are plenty of names used in other religions. . God's name is YHWH, which means breath, the breath of life . Exodus 34:14 For thou shalt worship no other god: for the LORD, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God:" . God's name is simply "God" to many people. . Some may argue that it does not really matter whether you address Almighty God by a personal name or not, and they are content to speak of and address God as "Father" or simply as "God." . Some will point out that "Father" and "God" are titles rather than names and are neither personal nor distinctive. It is similar to how a child might call his mother "mom" even though that is not her name. . Muslims call Him "Allah," which is simply the Arabic word for "God." According to Islamic tradition, there are 99 names of God set forth in the Q'uran, such as "Ar-Rahim" ("the most merciful"), "Al-Majid" ("the magnificent one" and "Al-Badi" ("the incomparable") . Elohim: Some call God "Elohim."Others say that in Biblical times the the word for God ('Elo?him', Hebrew) was used to describe any god, even the pagan Philistine god named Dagon. (Judges 16:23, 24) So for a Hebrew to tell a Philistine that he, the Hebrew, worshiped "God" would not have identified the true God whom he worshipped. . Jehovah or Yahweh: Some Christians call Him "Jehovah" or "Yahweh." . This is an anglicized pronunciation of the Hebrew tetragrammaton, YHWH, which are the four consonant letters used to spell God's name in the Old Testament (Exodus 3:14). The Hebrews considered the name of God too holy to pronounce and substituted the word "Lord" (adonai) when the text was read. The vowels of the word "adonai" was combined with YHWH to get the word "Jehovah" which was first used in the 12th century. A more accurate pronunciation of YHWH would be "Yahweh." However, the exact and proper pronunciation has been lost. Of interest is a comment in The Imperial Bible-Dictionary of 1874: "[Jehovah] is everywhere a proper name, denoting the personal God and him only; whereas Elohim partakes more of the character of a common noun, denoting usually, indeed, but not necessarily nor uniformly, the Supreme. . . . The Hebrew may say the Elohim, the true God, in opposition to all false gods; but he never says the Jehovah, for Jehovah is the name of the true God only. He says again and again my God . . . ; but never my Jehovah, for when he says my God, he means Jehovah. He speaks of the God of Israel, but never of the Jehovah of Israel, for there is no other Jehovah. He speaks of the living God, but never of the living Jehovah, for he cannot conceive of Jehovah as other than living." The Father: Some Christians prefer to use "The Father." Some will say the name of Jesus is Jehovah and that he was sent and directed by "God The Father." The Deus: Some followers of unorganized religious philosophies, such as pantheism, pandeism, deism, or omnitheism (but particularly among deists and pandeists) use the phrase "the Deus," which is Latin for God, to distinguish their ideas of God from references in religious texts, which followers of these philosophies tend to reject . Exodus 34:14 For thou shalt worship no other god: for the LORD, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God: . "....Because the name was no longer pronounced and the vowels were not written, the exact pronunciation was forgotten. When Christians, unaware of the Jewish tradition, started to read the Hebrew Bible, they read ×Ö°×Ö¹×Ö¸× with the Masoretic vowels together with the consonants as written, and obtained Iehovah. Today this transcription is generally recognized as mistaken . El is one of the names of God in Judaism. . God's name is whatever those who love him want to call him. Just so long as they want to know God it doesn't matter what name they use. Some people may get all high and mighty about it and preach as if what they say is the absolute and final truth. That says to me that they aren't true followers of God and his love because that kind of behavior is just offensive, and mean spirited. Just because you declaim that Gods name is YHWH and that anyone who doesn't know that or believe that doesn't actually know God, it doesn't make you right. Your not God, your word isn't truth. I don't know the true name of God, there might not be anybody who actually knows the true name of God and that's alright. God loves everyone, regardless of if they "know" his name or not. Chill out and love others as God loves you. . A name is simply how people identify or talk about a thing/being/object/idea, and because of the many different languages on the planet, God can be named anything at all, giving a special meaning to the namer. The name "God" is the most common English name. But "god" is a term for just a normal deity. The capitalization of the g serves the purpose to show that he is THE god. . Exodus 34:14 says "For you must not prostrate yourself to another god, because Jehovah , whose name is Jealous, he is a jealous God." . Exodus 35:4,5 mentions Jehovah god. . It depends on which God you wish to call upon, but the name of our one true Creator is EHYEH ( I am ). Exodus 3:13-15, He makes this known stating EHYEH ASHER EHYEH (I am that I am) and that EHYEH is His name forever. . At John 17:26, Jesus said in prayer to God; "...I have made your name known to them (the apostles and disciples) and will make it known,...". Since Jesus was not praying to himself but to God, his Father in heaven, he didn't mean his own name. Psalm 83:18 reads; "That people may know that you, whose name is Jehovah , You alone are the Most High over all the earth." The spelling and pronunciation of that name has been consistent in english speaking countries for at least 500 years (King James Version Bible published 1611). If you read a Bible you will realise that God is refered to Jehova, therefore God's name is Jehova. In the Corrintes chapter 20 verse 1 says: it is I JEHOVA Jealous Exodus 34:14 For thou shalt worship no other god: for the LORD, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God: Yahweh "....Because the name was no longer pronounced and the vowels were not written, the exact pronunciation was forgotten. When Christians, unaware of the Jewish tradition, started to read the Hebrew Bible, they read ×Ö°×Ö¹×Ö¸× with the Masoretic vowels together with the consonants as written, and obtained Iehovah. Today this transcription is generally recognized as mistaken" Shaddai Shaddai was a late Bronze age Amorite city on the banks of the Euphrates river, in northern Syria, as well as the name, or a signifying epithet of a West Semitic deity, whose name was attached by the Hebrews to that of El as one of the names of God in Judaism. See Related Links See the Related Links for "Yahweh" to the left for the . See Related Links See the Related Links for "Shaddai" to the left for the . A partial list: Akamba mythology Asa Akan mythology Brekyirihunuade Kwaku Ananse Ashanti mythology Anansi Asase Ya Bia Nyame Australian Aboriginal mythology Altjira Baiame Bamapana Banaitja Bobbi-bobbi Bunjil Daramulum Dilga Djanggawul Eingana Galeru Gnowee Kidili Kunapipi Julunggul Mangar-kunjer-kunja Numakulla Pundjel Ulanji Walo Wawalag Wuriupranili Yurlungur Aztec mythology (see much longer list at Aztec mythology) Chalchiuhtlicue - goddess of lakes and streams Cinteotl - god of maize Coyolxauhqui - goddess of the moon Ehecatl - the god of the wind Huehueteotl - an ancient god of the hearth, the fire of life Huitzilopochtli - god of the sun, fire, and war Ilamatecuhtli- goddess of the earth, death, and the milky way. Itztlacoliuhqui-Ixquimilli - god of hard stone Mayahuel - goddess of maguey Mictlantecuhtli - god of death Ometeotl - god/goddess of heaven Quetzalcoatl - god of the breath of life Tepeyollotl - god of earthquakes Tezcatlipoca - god of discord Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli - god of dawn Tlaloc - god of rain and lightning Toci - goddess of earth Tonacatecuhtli - god of food Xipe Totec - god of spring Xochipilli - flower god Xochiquetzal - love goddess BahÃ¡'Ã Faith The BahÃ¡'Ã Faith is a monotheistic religion contending that various figures from other prominent religions - for example, Moses (Judaism), Jesus (Christianity), Muhammad (Islam), Zoroaster (Zoroastrianism), and Krishna (Hinduism) were all messengers of the one God. Bushongo mythology Bomazi Bumba Celtic mythology See much more complete list at Celtic mythology. Belenus Bran Brigit Ceridwen Cernunos Dagda Danu Epona Glanis Gwydion Lugh Lyr Manannan mac Lir Morrigan Nemain Nuadha Ogma Chinese mythology Chang'e Chi You Dragon Kings Eight Immortals Erlang Shen Four Heavenly Kings Fei Lian Fu Hsi God of North Gong Gong Great Yu Guanyin Guan Di Guan Gong Guan Yu Hotei Huang Di Jade Emperor Kua Fu Kuan Yin Lei Gong Long Mu Three Pure Ones Matsu Meng Po Nezha NÃ¼wa Pangu Qi Yu Shang Ti Shennong Shing Wong Sun Wukong Wong Tai Sin Xi Wangmu Yan Luo Yuk Wong Yi the Archer Zao Jun Chippewa mythology Nanabozho Sint Holo Wemicus Christian mythology See Abrahamic religions Creek mythology Hisagita-imisi Dacian mythology Zamolxis Gebeleizis Bendis Dahomey mythology AgÃ© Ayaba Da Gbadu Gleti Gu Lisa Loko Mawu Sakpata Sogbo Xevioso Zinsi Zinsu Dinka mythology Abuk Denka Juok Nyalitch Efik mythology Abassi Atai Egyptian mythology Egyptian deities are often portrayed as having animal heads in art; as an example, Anubis is often portrayed in statuary as having the body of a human, but the head of a canine. Many gods were portrayed with different animal heads, depending upon the situation. The Egyptians did not actually believe that their gods had animal heads; rather, they portrayed them that way as artistic symbolism. This may have been for the benefit of the illiterate. Anubis, God of Embalming, Friend of the Dead The Aten, the embodiment of the Sun's rays Apep, Serpent of the Underworld, enemy of Ra Atum, a creator deity Bast, Goddess of Cats Bes, God-Demon of Protection, Childbirth and Entertainment Geb, God of the Earth Hapi, one of the four sons of Horus Hapy God of the Nile and Fertility Hathor, Goddess of Love and Music Heget Goddess of Childbirth Horus the falcon-headed god Imhotep God of wisdom, medicine and magic Isis, Goddess of Magic, sister of Nephthys Khepry, the scarab beetle, the embodiment of the dawn Khnum, a creator deity Maahes Ma'at, Goddess of Truth, Balance and Order Menhit, Goddess of war Mont, god of war Naunet, the primal waters Neith, the great mother goddess Nephthys, mother of Anubis Nut, goddess of heaven and the sky Osiris, god of the underworld, fertility and agricultural Ptah, a creator deity Ra, the sun, possible father of Anubis Sekhmnet, goddess of war and battles Sobek, Crocodile God Set, God of Storms, possible father of Anubis Tefnut, goddess of order, justice, time, Heaven and Hell and weather Thoth, god of the moon, drawing, writing, geometry, wisdom, medicine, music, astronomy, and magic Wepwawet See http://touregypt.net/godsofegypt/ for the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism's extensive information on Egyptian Deities. Estonian mythology Peko, god of fertility, crops and brewing Pikne (the long one), god of thunder Tharapita, god of war Vanemuine (the ancient one), god of music (possibly fake tradition) Etruscan mythology Alpan Aplu Menrva Nethuns Tinia Turan (goddess) Uni Voltumna Old Finnish deities There are very few written documents about old Finnish religions; also the names of deities and practices of worship changed from place to place. The following is a summary of the most important and most widely worshipped deities. Ukko, god of heaven and thunder Rauni, Ukko's wife, goddess of fertility Tapio, god of forest and wild animals Mielikki, Tapio's wife Pekko (or Peko), god or goddess (the actual gender is obscure) of fields and agriculture Ahti, (or Ahto) god of streams, lakes and sea Otso, son of a god, king of the forest whose carnal form is the bear Tuoni, goddess of the underworld Perkele, a god of the Lithuanians, drafted to do duty as "the devil" Jumala, a physical idol, later the name of the christian god Ancient Greek mythology Aphrodite - goddess of beauty, one of the twelve Olympians Apollo - god of poetry, music, the sun, an Olympian Ares - god of war, an Olympian Artemis - goddess of the hunt, an Olympian Athena - goddess of wisdom, defensive war, Athens, an Olympian Cronus - father of the first six Olympians, a Titan Demeter - goddess of the harvest, nature, often considered an Olympian Dionysus - god of wine, took Hestia's place as an Olympian Eris - goddess of discord Eos - goddess of the dawn Gaia - primordial goddess of earth, mother of the Titans Hades - god of the underworld, often considered an Olympian Hebe - wife of Hercules Hecate - goddess of witchcraft, crossroads Helios - god who drives of the sun Hephaestus - god of smiths, an Olympian Hera - chief goddess, goddess of marriage, an Olympian Hermes - messenger of the gods, an Olympian Hestia - goddess of the hearth, gave up seat at Olympus to Dionysus Pan - god of shepherds Persephone - daughter of Demeter, queen of the dead Poseidon - god of the sea, an Olympian Rhea - mother of the first six Olympians, a Titan Selene - goddess who drives the moon Uranus - primordial god of the heavens, father of the Titans Zeus - god of sky and air, chief Olympian See also Demigods, the Dryads, the Fates, the Erinyes, the Graces, the Horae, the Muses, the Nymphs, the Pleiades, the Titans Guarani mythology Abaangui Jurupari Tupa Haida mythology Gyhldeptis Lagua Nankil'slas Sin Ta'axet Tia Hinduism Brahman, the one and only (formless) supreme God Saguna Brahman, or God with attributes, symbolized as The Ishvars (known collectively as the Trimurti): BrahmÃ¢, the creator Vishnu, the sustainer Shiva, the destroyer The Adityas Indra - god of weather and war Mitra - god of honesty, friendship and contracts Ravi, Surya - the Sun gods Varuna - god of the oceans and rivers Yama - god of death Some of the most important Devas: Agni - god of fire The Asura The Aswini - gods of sunrise and sunset Dyaus-pitar - ('Heaven-father') cognate of the Roman god Jupiter Ganesh - god of wisdom, intelligence, education and prudence Hanuman Kali, the fearsome dark goddess Krishna - eighth avatar of Vishnu Lakshmi - goddess of fortune, luck, beauty and fertility Parjanya Parvati or Parvathi, wife of Shiva Prithivi mata - the Earth goddess Purusha - the Cosmic-Man The Rudras - the storm deities Saraswati - goddess of intelligence, consciousness and cosmic knowledge Soma - the lunar deity Ushas Vasus, the Vayu - god of wind The Visvedevas Ho-Chunk mythology Kokopelli Hopi mythology Aholi Angwusnasomtaka Kokopelli Koyangwuti Muyingwa Taiowa Toho See also kachina Huron mythology Iosheka Airesekui Heng Ibo mythology Aha Njoku Ala Chuku Incan mythology Inti/Punchau Kon Mama Cocha Mama Quilla Manco Capac Pacha Camac Viracocha Zaramama Inuit mythology Igaluk Nanook Nerrivik Pinga Sedna Torngasoak Iroquois mythology Adekagagwaa Gaol Gendenwitha Gohone Hahgwehdaetgan Hahgwehdiyu Onatha Islam See Abrahamic religions Isoko mythology Cghene Japanese mythology Aji-Suki-Taka-Hiko-Ne - god of thunder Amaterasu - sun goddess Amatsu Mikaboshi - god of evil Ama-no-Uzume - fertility goddess Chimata-No-Kami - god of crossroads, highways and footpaths Ho-Masubi - god of fire Inari (mythology) - god of rice Izanagi - creator god Izanami - creator goddess Kagu-tsuchi - god of fire Kura-Okami - god of rain Nai-No-Kami - god of earthquakes O-Kuni-Nushi - god of sorcery and medicine O-Wata-Tsu-Mi - god of the sea Sengen-Sama - goddess of the Mt. Fujiyama Seven Gods of Fortune Benzai-ten or Benten - goddess of money, eloquent persuasion, and knowledge Bishamon-ten - god of happiness and war Daikoku-ten Fukurokuju Hotei-osho Jurojin Yebisu or Ebisu Shina-Tsu-Hiko - god of wind Shina-To-Be - goddess of wind Sojobo - king of the tengu Susa-no-Wo - god of storms and thunder, snakes and farming. Taka-Okami - god of rain Take-Mikazuchi - god of thunder Tengu - minor trickster deities Tsuku-Yomi - god of the moon Uke-Mochi - goddess of food Wakahiru-Me - goddess of the dawn sun see also Kami Judaism See Abrahamic religions Khoikhoi mythology Gamab Heitsi-eibib Tsui'goab "Kitchen Gods" (Modern Western mythology) In addition to the gods listed elsewhere, there are several minor mythological beings spoken of in current Western culture that may be taken more or less seriously. These are commonly called Kitchen Gods. The Code Fairy - Eats semicolons from source code, causing working computer software to stop working The Grim Reaper - A common anthropomorphism of Death Eris, adopted deity of the elaborate Discordian mock religion. Father Time Gremlins - mythical beings that damage aircraft and cause other mechanical mayhem Hotei - A Laughing Buddha Invisible Pink Unicorn - From alt.atheism, a fictional deity said to be the bane of theists everywhere. J. R. "Bob" Dobbs from the Church of the SubGenius Lady Luck - Invoked by gamblers Mother Nature The Parking Fairy - Responsible for finding parking spaces Santa Claus - Originally Nicholas of Myra, but later turned into Father Christmas. The Tooth Fairy The Traffic Light Fairy - Changes the color of traffic lights !Kung mythology Prishiboro Mantis Kwakiutl mythology Kewkwaxa'we Lakota mythology Canopus Haokah Whope Wi Lotuko mythology Ajok Latvian mythology Allowat Sakima Auseklis Dekla Dievs Karta Kishelemukong Mara Perkons Saule Lugbara mythology Adroa Adroanzi Lusitani mythology Lusitanian (or Ancient Portuguese) Gods were later related with the Celtic and Roman invators. The Lusitani people adopted the Celt and Roman cults and influenced them with theirs. Many Lusitani gods were adopted by the Romans. AtÃ©gina Ares Lusitani Bandonga Bormanico Cariocecus Duberdicus Endovelicus Mars Cariocecus Nabia Nantosvelta Runesocesius Sucellus Tongoenabiagus Trebaruna Turiacus Maya mythology Ahaw Kin - Sun God Chac - Rain God Yum Kaax - Corn God Kukulcan - Feathered Serpent God Xbalanque - God of the Jaguar Hunah Ku - Creator God Xi Balba - God of the Death Ix Chel - Moon Goddess Itzamna - Reptile Creator God Bolon tza cab - Ruling God of All Balac - War God Bacabs - Gods of the 4 directions Balam - Protector God Mesopotamian mythology Anshar - father of heaven Anu - the god of the highest heaven Apsu - the ruler of gods and underworld oceans Ashur - national god of the Assyrians Damkina - Earth mother goddess Ea - god of wisdom Enlil - god of weather and storms Enurta - god of war Hadad - weather god Ishtar - goddess of love Kingu - husband of Tiamat Kishar - father of earth Marduk - national god of the Babylonians Mummu - god of mists Nabu - god of the scribal arts Nintu - mother of all gods Shamash - god of the sun and of justice Sin - moon god Tiamat - dragon goddess Navaho mythology Ahsonnutli Bikeh Hozho Estanatelhi Glispa Hasteoltoi Hastshehogan Tonenili Tsohanoai Yolkai Estasan Norse mythology Aegir (ON Ãgir) Baldur (ON Baldr) Bragi Freyr Freya (ON Freyja) Frigg Heimdall (ON Heimdallr) Hel Hodur (ON HÇ«Ã°r) Idun (ON IÃ°unn) Loki Niord (ON NjÇ«rÃ°r) Odin (ON ÃÃ°inn) Sif Thor (ON ÃÃ³rr) Tyr (ON TÃ½r) Vali (ON VÃ¡li) Pawnee mythology Pah Shakuru Tirawa Polynesian mythology Atea Ina Kane Milohai Maui Papa Pele Rangi Rongo see also Menehune Old Prussian / Baltic deities Bangputtis Melletele Occupirn Perkunatete Perkunos Pikullos Potrimpos Swaigstigr Pygmy mythology Arebati Khonvoum Tore Roman mythology Apollo - god of the sun, poetry, music Bacchus - god of wine (Greek Bacchus or Dionysus) Ceres - goddess of the harvest (Greek Demeter) Cupid - god of love (Greek Eros) Diana - goddess of the hunt (Greek Artemis) Janus - two-headed god of beginnings and endings Juno - chief goddess, marriage (Greek Hera) Jupiter - chief god, sky (Greek Zeus) Maia - the "good goddess", spring Mars - god of war (Greek Ares, but characterized more positively) Mercury - messenger of the gods (Greek Hermes) Minerva - goddess of wisdom, civilization (Greek Athena) Neptune - god of the sea (Greek Poseidon) Pluto - god of the underworld (Greek Hades) Plutus - god of wealth Proserpina - queen of the underworld (Greek Persephone) Saturn - father of Jupiter (Greek Cronus) Uranus - father of Saturn Venus - goddess of beauty (Greek Aphrodite) Vesta - goddess of the hearth (Greek Hestia) Vulcan - god of the forge (Greek Hephestus) Salish mythology Amotken Sardinian deities Sardinian deities, mainly referred to in the age of Nuragici people, are partly derived from Phoenician ones. Janas Goddesses of death Maymon God of Hades Panas Goddesses of reproduction (women dead in childbirth) Thanit Goddess of Earth and fertility Seneca mythology Eagentci Hagones Hawenniyo Kaakwha Slavic mythology Belobog Cislobog Crnobog Dajbog Horos Jaro Koledo Lada and Lado Perun Radagast Simargl Stribog Svarog Svetovid Triglav Veles Sumerian mythology An Enki Enlil Inanna Nammu Nanna Ninhursag Ninlil Sin Utu See also Annuna and Lilian tradition Thracian mythology Zibelthiurdos Tumbuka mythology Chiuta Ugarit mythology El, the father god and head Haddu, commonly titled Ba'l, a rain god and storm god. Dagon, god of earth Athirat, mother goddess 'Anat, war goddess 'Athtart, goddess of fertility Yaw, the god of the sea Mot, the god of death Note: Ugarit gives us our earliest and fullest snapshot of Canaanite religion and northwest Semitic religion. Yoruba mythology Aja Aje Egungun-oya Eshu Oba Obatala OdÃ¹duwÃ Oloddumare Olokun Olorun Orunmila Oshun Oshunmare Oya Shakpana Shango Yansan Yemaja Zulu mythology Mamlambo Mbaba Mwana Waresa uKqili Umvelinqangi Unkulunkulu Zuni mythology Achiyalatopa Apoyan Tachi Awitelin Tsta Awonawilona Kokopelli These are a small fraction of the world's 2500+ gods. (edit: Sorry, s.com edited the format so it's difficult to read) Gods name, as stated in the Bible, is Jehovah. ( Full Answer )
All of the planets except Uranus and Earth were named after Roman Gods or Goddesses. Uranus is Greek and his Roman equivalent was Caelus (KEYE-loos).
That depends which shamanistic tradition you are referring to,though most do not refer to these powers as gods, but as spirits.Many native American tribes identify Waconda as the Great Spirit.Spirits can have many names or none at all.
The word 'god' as a generic word comes to us from the Germanic languages and simply means 'the supreme being' or 'diety.' When capitalized as 'God' it is in reference to a specific one, though which one depends on which religion you are discussing. Most religions have a more formal name; God bein…g used more as a title or nickname. For example according to the King James Bible, God's real name is: YHVH (the Hebrew language that it is derived from does not use vowels). The accurate pronunciation of the word is thus debatable and often changed depending on regional dialects. (Yahweh, Yahova, Jehova and many other variants abound) For simplicity the name YHVH is mentioned only in the introduction written by the translators and the rest of the book is translated using a translated adaptation as God , using the Germanic definition of 'the supreme being' and capitalized to show it is in reference to a specific one, thus making God a proper noun rather than a generic one (god). Other religions (or sects within a religion) may use the term God to reference a different naming or spelling of either the same or a different god. **************** When one speaks of God, it is generally the Father who is referred to; that is, Elohim. It is one of the titles by which he is known. ( Full Answer )
The name of the Mighty One of Abraham, Issac and Jacob is transliterated into the English letters YHWH. His name is a combination of 2 "to be" verbs in Hebrew, "haYaH" and "haWaH." This means "I AM that I AM. His name is pronounced "YaH-oo-ah."
Zeus - god of Sky and the King of gods. Hera - Zeus's wife and the Queen of gods. Aphrodite - goddess of love and beauty. Hephaestus - god of fire and forges. Ares - god of War. Athena - goddess of knowledge, wisdom, and war strategy. Poseidon - god of the sea, horses, and earthquakes. … Hades - god of the underworld. Demeter - goddess of plants. Apollo - god of the sun and music. Artemis - goddess of the hunting. Hestia - goddess of the hearth. Dionysus - god of wine and festivals. ( Full Answer )
Volcanoes have their name derived from from the name Vulcan. Vulcan was the god of fire in Roman mythology. The original name, Vulcano, was first used to name one of the Aeolian Island of Italy. It was later changed to volcano, and used to describe volcanoes as landforms.
One word for God is El. All the names that end in -el, like Gavriel (Gabriel), Imanuel (Emanuel), Mikhael (Michael). Another word for God is Yah. All names that end in -yah, -iah, or -jah, like Elijah, Jeremiah, or Zachary (a short form of Zachariah).
Answer (Christian) He goes by many names including the Great I Am, the King of Kings, etc. . Answer (General) "God" is known by many different names depending on your actual religion. . God (Christian. Catholic) . Bhagavan (Hinduism) . Brahma (Hinduism) . Vishnu (Hinduism) . Krishna (H…induism) . Waheguru (Sikhism) . Satnam (Sikhism) . Nirankar (Sikhism) . Allah (Islam) . Huwa (Sufism) . Kashira (Dungi - Nigerian Tribe) . Elohim (Hebrew) . El Shaddai (Hebrew) . Zeus (Ancient Greek. [Still worshipped by some today] ) Some religions, such as Buddhism, actually reject the existence of a god. God Definition: The Supreme Being, whose distinctive name is Jehovah. The Hebrew language uses terms for "God" that convey the idea of strength, also of majesty, dignity, and excellence. In contrast to the true God, there are false gods. Some of these have set themselves up as gods; others have been made objects of worship by those who serve them. Are there sound reasons for believing in God? Ps. 19:1: "The heavens are declaring the glory of God; and of the work of his hands the expanse is telling." Ps. 104:24: "How many your works are, O Jehovah! All of them in wisdom you have made. The earth is full of your productions." Rom. 1:20: "His invisible qualities are clearly seen from the world's creation onward, because they are perceived by the things made." ( Full Answer )
Jesus Christ is the true God, who died on the cross for our sins.Our sins were so many that someone had to die, and instead of us dying Jesus dies for us, and spilled his Blood to make us clean.
Tectonic plates collide and if they push each other up then they form a volcano, I think... So like this - - : - - : -- : /\
God is God. That is his only name. Jesus and The Holy spirit are part of him. (*hope this helps*)