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Topic: Eloah

  The Hebrew Name for God - Eloah
The word Eloah is the singular (or dual) of Elohim and appears more than 70 times in the Tanakh, primarily in more poetic passages.
It is generally thought that the same divine name is found in Arabic (Ilah as singular "a god", as opposed to Allah meaning "The God" or "God") and in Aramaic (Elah).
Interestingly, the term Eloah, used for God, is predominantly used in Job by Job and Eliphaz in their debating.
www.hebrew4christians.com /Names_of_G-d/Eloha/eloha.html   (865 words)

  Elohim - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is apparently related to the Hebrew word ēl, though morphologically it consists of the Hebrew word Eloah (אלוה) with a plural suffix.
The pronounced [h] (or he mappiq) of Eloah never alternates with a [t] consonant sound (the way that silent feminine "h" does), and the [a] "furtivum" element in Eloah is actually a late feature of masoretic pronunciation traditions, which wouldn't have existed in the pronunciation of Biblical times.
The meaning of Elohim is further complicated by the fact that it is used to describe the spirit of the dead prophet Samuel, raised by Saul in 1 Samuel 28:13.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Elohim   (1622 words)

 Elohim - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Others relate the word (and Eloah, "a god") to alah ("to terrify") or alih ("to be perplexed, afraid; to seek refuge because of fear").
Eloah and Elohim, therefore, would be "He who is the object of fear or reverence," or "He with whom one who is afraid takes refuge".
Eloah, might then be used to differentiate each of the lesser gods from El himself.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Eloheim   (1622 words)

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 Names and Titles of the Deity: Eloah   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Eloah is used only in the instances cited at the end of this section.
Eloah and Elohim are derived from El; and, therefore, signify mighty one and mighty ones respectively.
The plural term Elohim occurs so frequently that it is not practicable to give a list; whenever the word “God” is found in the Authorised Version, and it is not dealt with in one of the lists or sections hereof, it may be taken that the Hebrew is Elohim.
www.biblelight.org /nt/nt03.htm   (1931 words)

 The Elect as Elohim (No. 1)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The examples of where Eloah (or Elahh) is used in the singular to refer to a concept of a god other than Eloah, are in 2Chronicles 32:15; Daniel 11:37-39; Habakkuk 1:11.
Eloah never has the article although Habakkuk 1:11 determines it by the suffix and it is found once in the construct in Psalm 114:7 (see Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament, Harris ed., Moody, Chicago, 1980, p.
Thus, the Son of Eloah appears to be the Elohi of Israel but is not the object of prayer and sacrifice.
www.abrahams-legacy.org /english/s/p001.html   (11356 words)

 Elohim   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Others trace the word (and the related singular word Eloah which is also a name for diety in the Bible) to alah ("to terrify") or alih ("to be perplexed, afraid; to seek refuge because of fear").
Originally meaning "the gods", or the "host of heaven", the word may have been singularized by later Hebrew henotheist priests who sought to identify the most powerful Semitic gods with their patron god YHWH.
While the words Elohim, Eloah, and El appear to be related, with the word El being the oldest, it is uncertain whethe the word Elohim is derived from El via Eloah.
bopedia.com /en/wikipedia/e/el/elohim.html   (409 words)

 Joshua, the Messiah, the Son of God (No. 134)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Ezra shows that Eloah is the God of the Temple, to whom the house is dedicated (Ezra 6:16-17), and the object of worship there (Ezra 4:24; 5:1-2,5,8,13-16; 6:7-8) at Jerusalem (Ezra 5:17; 6:5).
Eloah is identified as the God of the revelation of Exodus 34:6-7 as we see from its use in Nehemiah 9:17.
The extension of Eloah to Elohim as a plural structure is also reflected in the use of Yahovah (Strongs Hebrew Dictionary (SHD) 3068) and Yahovih (SHD 3069).
www.ccg.org /English/s/p134.html   (8670 words)

 Lion of God - David Bruce Clark
Elohim is a compound of the feminine singular Eloah with the masculine plural suffix –im.
Eloah is the Holy Spirit; She unites mankind with Elohim.
Eloah, the Holy Spirit, has never been incarnate – She has ever existed only in the spiritual realm.
www.lionofgod.com /view_article.php?id=20   (6687 words)

Hence he agrees with Buhl in maintaining that the singular form Eloah came into existence only after the plural form Elohim had been long in common use; in this case, a singular was supplied for its pre-existent plural.
Lagrange, however, maintains that Elohim and Eloah are derived collaterally and independently from El.
The name Elohim is found 2570 times; Eloah, 57 times [41 in Job; 4 in Pss.; 4 in Dan.; 2 in Hab.; 2 in Canticle of Moses (Deuteronomy 32); 1 in Prov., 1 in Is.; 1 in Par.; 1 in Neh.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/05393a.htm   (1191 words)

 Divine Names and Titles
Eloah (see below) is God Who wills and orders all, and Who is to be the one object of the worship of His people.
Eloah is God in connection with His Will rather than His power.
Eloah is essentially "the living God" in contrast to inanimate idols.
hammer.prohosting.com /eyes2see/4.html   (1123 words)

 Summary: Joshua, the Messiah, the Son of God (No. 134z)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Eloah is a singular word admitting of no plurality.
Eloah is God the Father from Proverbs 30:4-5 who has a son.
The distinction between the Yahovah of Israel who is called elohim, and his elohim who is called Eloah or God the Most High, The Lord of Hosts, is a distinction that is lost in the English, where there is no other word for God.
www.logon.org /english/z/p134z.html   (1287 words)

 Exposition of Daniel -- 19. - A God of Guardians, or The Latin Prophet of The West
The original is eloah mahuzzim "a god of guardians": and styled in the same connection, eloah naikhar, "a strange god"--a god appearing from among the Jewish sect of the Nazarenes, and therefore a foreign god.
Eloah is a passive participial noun, and applied to Christ in the phrase mashiach eloah limmenu, "the Anointed One cursed for us"; that is, by the Law, which says: Cursed is every one that hangeth upon a tree".
The connection in which eloah is found determines whether it should be taken in a good or in a bad sense.
www.west.net /~antipas/books/daniel/dan_19.html   (1651 words)

 Mysticism Chapter 4 Judeo-Christianity (No. B7_4)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The object of worship of the tabernacle was Eloah, or Elah (from Young's Concordance).
To assert that Christ is one God with Eloah is logically wrong, except where Christ derives his unity as an Elohim in the same way that other entities derive, or are to derive their nature as part of the Elohim.
We have seen the distinction of Eloah as the singular God or God the Father and the extended God or Elohim, which were a plurality as a Council of Gods.
www.logon.org /english/s/b7_4.html   (14164 words)

 Elohim - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Biblical scholars tend to resist making connections with the father god of Ugarit, El, due to the uncertainty of religious links between Canaanite and Israelite religion.
The polytheist theory would also explain why there are three words built on the same stem: El, Elohim, and eloah.
While the words El, Elohim, and eloah are clearly related, with the word El being the stem, it is uncertain whether the word Elohim is derived from El through eloah.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Elohim   (972 words)

 The Name of God in Islam (No. 54)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
They do this by coupling the terms Eloah and Allah, which is a correct link, but assert it relates to the worship of a moon God in Islam because of the pagan intrusions into the mosques under a mystical system.
Cyrus decreed that the house of Eloah be built, and the vessels of gold and silver were the vessels of Eloah, which were sent to be placed in it (Ezra 5:13-17, 6:5).
Eloah and Elahh are the same deity from whence comes the name Allah’.
www.originalcatholicchurch.org /english/s/p054.html   (3917 words)

 How God Became a Family (No. 187)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Eloah proposed to generate His Children conditional to obedience and hence the form they took was of two parts of image and extension.
Eloah began to generate His sons, by number and sequence.
Thus Eloah was from this phase both Father and as Elohim, a family with many sons.
www.ccg.org /English/s/p187.html   (6145 words)

 Elohim - Does This Word Indicate a Plurality of Persons in a Godhead?
Eloah (the singular for Elohim) is used for God in verses such as Nehemiah 9:17.
"Elohim is the plural of Eloah (in Arabic Allah); it is often used in the short form EL (a word signifying strength, as in EL-SHADDAI, God Almighty, the name by which God was specially known to the patriarchs.
This word [elohim], which is generally viewed as the plural of eloah [Strong's #433], is found far more frequently in Scripture than either el or eloah for the true God.
home.comcast.net /~rday888/prints/elohimplural.html   (1524 words)

 Goddess of the Bible - Aquarius Metaphysical Newspaper Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Eloah is the feminine singular counterpart of El, which means God.
Eloah is correctly translated as “Goddess.” In Hebrew, the -oah, -oh or -ah suffix makes a word feminine [comparable to the English suffix -ess, used in such words as waitress and stewardess.]
The word Eloah appears fifty-seven times in the Old Testament, and Shaddai or El Shaddai appears forty-eight times; two-thirds of these are found in the book of Job.
www.aquarius-atlanta.com /may04/hidden.shtml   (849 words)

 Words and Terms in the Scriptures
Eloah: Singular form of Elohim, with the same meaning.
Elohim: plural of Eloah, Rulers, Messengers (Elohim although a plural word in the Hebrew is also used in the singular i.e.
El, Eloah, Elohim is used to refer to the Creator, but is also applied to rulers, messengers, and persons.
assemblyoftrueisrael.com /WordsandtermsintheScriptures.html   (6138 words)

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