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Elohim (5) - Yet Unnamed (CD)

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  1. Akinokinos says:
    Label: BMG Rights Management - ,BMG Rights Management - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Pop • Style: Dance-pop, Indie Pop.
  2. Molkree says:
    An L.A. based one-woman show, ELOHIM is an electronic/alternative act that guarantees to grab your attention and not let go. She is the entire package—singer, songwriter, musician.
  3. Goltizahn says:
    Elohim, singular Eloah, (Hebrew: God), the God of Israel in the Old Testament.A plural of majesty, the term Elohim—though sometimes used for other deities, such as the Moabite god Chemosh, the Sidonian goddess Astarte, and also for other majestic beings such as angels, kings, judges (the Old Testament shofeṭim), and the Messiah—is usually employed in the Old Testament for the one and.
  4. Guzilkree says:
    Elohim - Elohim (EP) by Elohim, released 1. Sensations 2. She Talks Too Much 3. Bridge and the Wall 4. Black and Blue (Interlude) 5. Xanax 6. T.C. (Interlude) 7. Pigments 8. Guts 9. 9 (Interlude) All That Gold Los Angeles artist Elohim and her new single "Sensations" is .
  5. Tajind says:
    Lecture 5, Elohim (Part 2): In the Hebrew language, the word ‘elohim’ was used to refer to the many false gods. Ironically it was also used in Scripture for the One true God who created all things. Why do the authors of Scripture use a plural name for God? Is Elohim a .
  6. Mikahn says:
    The official Elohim store - shop all of the latest Elohim merchandise including Elohim tees, Elohim sweatshirts, Elohim accessories and much more!
  7. Mugar says:
    The Old Testament mentions The Elohim 2, times. And in each case, the Hebrew word "Elohim" is plural ("Gods") -- although that is not conveyed in the English translations of the Bible. Here is an example from Genesis: "In the beginning Gods (Elohim) created the heaven and the earth.".
  8. Moogushura says:
    Elohim “The word Elohim is the plural of El (or possibly Eloah) and is the first name of God given in the Old Testament: “In the beginning, God (Elohim) created the heavens and the earth, (Gen. ). “The name Elohim is unique to Hebraic thinking – it occurs only in Hebrew and in no other ancient Semitic language. The masculine plural ending does not mean “gods” when referring to.

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