What are the different names of God in the Bible?
There are many names and titles for God in the Bible, here are some:
The Most High
Alpha and Omega
God can have many different names considoring the context of the religion, for example based just on Christianity there are many names for God in the bible as there are many names for Jesus. God, The Divine, The Holy Trinity, The Divine Being, Supreme Being, All-Knowing, All-Powerful, All-Loving, The Only God. This can be different in different religions and religions such as Hinduism are polytheistic and have a belief in many Gods and Goddesses.
When Muslims call god as Allah all over the world why do Christians call Him different names as per language?
In most languages, the God of Christianity is called "God" in whatever the language is, but the Bible also gives us other names for God, such as Jehovah, Yahweh, Elohim, etc., and the translations for these and other biblical names for God may be used also. There is not just one name for God in the Bible.
The reason for this depends on your beliefs. If you believe in the Religious View, then the different names for God were as a result of the writer wanting to stress different and contrasting attributes of God, such as His penchant for justice with one name and His penchant for mercy with a different name. If you believe in the Secular View, the different names for God exist because the concept of a single united…
I believe that Yah, abbr. (Jehova) and Elohim meaning God plural. "El" is singular form, but together Elohim (believed to be the Trinity) more than one God. I believe that the names were not replaced but translated. Answer 2: None of the names of God in the Hebrew Bible were replaced or changed. The text of the Hebrew Bible has never varied. Each name of God indicates one of the ways in which He relates…
There is no mentioning of the concept of race in the Bible. According to the Bible all man have the same origin (Adam and Eve). Genesis 5 The bible does refer to different nations and their chronicles however in the book of...1 Chronicles chapter 1. also in Genesis 10. again God didn't make different races in the bible.
It is difficult to know what you mean by "powerful", but the only names that have power and are mentioned in the Bible are Jehovah God and Jesus Christ. There were many leaders mentioned in the Bible and their names meant something when they were alive, but they are all gone now. We look forward to seeing many of them when the Resurrection takes place after Armageddon takes place, but the only names that still…
The Bible is God's word, means that people were inspired by God to write the different books that make up the Bible. Scripture is thought of as the living voice of God speaking in all its parts directly to the reader. In places the scriptures are called the oracles or utterances of God. The Bible is made up of many different kinds of writing: historical narrative, poetry, letters, for example. Through these different types of…
Did the holy spirit prompt the writers of the bible to communicate the story of god with his people?
No - actually the complete opposite. It says in Numbers 23:19 that "God is not a man that He should lie, or the Son of man that He should change His mind." = = Note that the Bible does indeed say that God is not of flesh that He is spirit but the Bible does refer to God as Father or He, Jesus as the Son of man or He and the Holy Spirit as…