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Christians believe in the one God of Abraham, also revered by Judaism and Islam. The Hebrew tradition represented the name of this god with the tetragram (transliterated from hebrew): YHWH. They further believe that this same deity revealed Himself via incarnation in the person of Jesus Christ, whose name means (roughly translated from several derivations): the annointed savior. The vast majority of Christians also believe in the triune nature of god, meaning that the one God comprises three persona: The Creator, The Sustainer, and The Redeemer traditionally referred to as: the father, the son and the holy ghost. These three persona are collectively called The Holy Trinity.

I assume you mean the Christian God?

His name is Elohim (a plural form of El) suggesting what is later revealed that He is a Tri-unity. Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

His name is Jehovah (Yahweh) - the Covenant Keeping God

His name is El Shaddah - the All Sufficient God

He is the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.

He wants you to be in Heaven with Him for He loves you. He gave His Son to die for you. If you have an interesting in him read The Bible - especially John's Gospel.

Check out this website www.gospeltruthforyou.com

He has many other Names - but I love Him for He first loved me and He saved me from my sins and made me fit for heaven.

Please seek Him - nothing else in the world matters so much.

God bless

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It would be helpful in answering such a question to specify a particular religion or religious tradition. In the ancient Greek religion, sons of gods were demi-gods. In Christianity, there is officially one son of God known as Jesus Christ, but then, it is also frequently said that we are all God's children. In the Japanese religion of Shintoism, the Emperor is the son of the sun god. There are other examples as well.

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I, know.. it not writen, for the short, exemplars.. but, i hear.. that, my name there... ;)
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Der bisher einzige "Sohn Gottes" heißt Jesu (Mt.1,21). Es kommen jedoch noch mehrere (Râm.8,14;Gal.3,26).

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Since the Christians initially had the Old Testament scriptures as their 'Bible' and frequently quoted from it in the New Testament, some of the names for God carry over into the New. Most frequently simply the term God is used. Jesus in referring to God calls Him Father. The New Testament in completion of the Old adds the revelation of Jesus Christ as being a name for God, as one of the divine persons in the trinity. The Holy Spirit or Holy Ghost (KJV) is also God in the New Testament and fully equal as such with the other three persons.

Other uses are references to God as the 'God of our fathers..' see Acts 3:13 and 5:30 and the 'God of Abraham and of Isaac and of Jacob..' see Acts 3:13 (these are common Old Testament usages) Acts 7:2 refers to Him as the 'God of glory.' In Luke 1:32, 35 and 76 He is referred to as 'the Highest.' Luke 1:68 terms Him 'the Lord God of Israel'.

'Lord', a frequently used Old Testament name for God is applied both to the Father in Luke 2:29 but most frequently by far it is applied to Jesus.

Light - ascribed both to the Father "God is light" and to Jesus "I am the light of the world"

Alpha and Omega, referring to God's timelessness is again ascribed to both Jesus and the Father.

Revelation 1:8 (King James Version)

8I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.

Revelation 1:11 (King James Version)

11Saying, I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last: and, What thou seest, write in a book, and send it unto the seven churches which are in Asia; unto Ephesus, and unto Smyrna, and unto Pergamos, and unto Thyatira, and unto Sardis, and unto

Philadelphia, and unto Laodicea.

Revelation 1:17-18 (King James Version)

17And when I saw him, I fell at his feet as dead. And he laid his right hand upon me, saying unto me, Fear not; I am the first and the last:

18I am he that liveth, and was dead; and, behold, I am alive for evermore, Amen; and have the keys of hell and of death.

Revelation 1:17 gives us another name for God, which is simultaneously an attribute - 'the Almighty'.

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Old Testament names for GodGod 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, usually 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.

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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 recorded as giving his name is to Moses when asked who Moses was supposed to say sent him. The was to tell them that I Amsent 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 יְהֹוָה 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).

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Gods name, as stated in the Bible, is Jehovah.

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If you look in the Jewish Torah it says his name is YHWH (Yahweh) is our creator's name.

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The proper name of God is Yehowah, from the Hebrew letters YHWH.

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When were the Sons of God singing?

Job 38:7, "When the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy?" morning stars and sons of God are the same.


Who was vasco da gama's sons and daughters names?

I don't know the names but he had 6 sons and 1 daughter.


What are the names of Gail Buckley's sons?

Gail has two daughters , no sons.


Who were the sons of Benjamin?

he had two sons i do not know their names but he also has a daughter


What is the difference between the sound of God in the old testament and the sons of God in the New Testament?

The difference of the sons of god , in the two testaments are that in the old testament Jesus is the son of god. But in the New Testament we to can be the sons of god . If only we do believe that Jesus died for our sins.


Why did they put Phobos and Deimos as moons on mars?

The moons of Mars were named Phobos and Deimos because they are the names of the sons of the Greek god Ares, whom the Romans called Mars. So Phobos and Deimos are the sons of Mars.