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Young’s literal Tranlsation 3rd Revision 1898 with JEHOVAH in the Old Testament: https://www.bible.com/de/versions/821-ylt1898-youngs-literal-translation-3rd-revision-1898

 

Revised Version 1885 (of the King James Version (normal Bible) https://www.bible.com/de/versions/477?returnTo=ISA.43

 

St Paul from the Trenches 1916 (GWC) - Exposition of Paul: https://www.bible.com/de/versions/1047-gwc-st-paul-from-the-trenches-1916

 

The Douay-Rheims Audio Bible (1752) Roman Catholic, with Apocrypha. Some chapters are in Auto: e.g. John https://www.bible.com/de/bible/55/JHN.1.DRC1752

 

Darby's Translation 1890, Old Testament with Jehovah and Elohim is also written under a “code”. Both names of God are in the Old Testament. The word Elohim is not inflected.

https://www.bible.com/de/bible/478/GEN.1.DARBY

YAH in Songs of Songs 8:6: https://www.bible.com/de/bible/478/SNG.8.DARBY

 

The word of ‘ELOHIM (plural or singular?): https://hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/8331/why-is-elohim-translated-as-god-rather-than-gods-in-genesis-11

Inflection of אֱלוֹהִים ELOHIM is plural. It is like when we say: Let’s hear the “news”. “News” is plural, but we use it as a singular.
elohim is the word for pagan gods/Götzen. So, the word is also “plural”. As we talk about pagan gods, we usually use the plural, since it is more commonly used! ELOHIM can be used to denote the Trinity. Gen. 1:26 “let us” in the same chapter! This article here is good, only Yahweh again is wrong in it: http://www.ukapologetics.net/el.html From YHVH it is incorrect to inserc YaHVeH into the word. No Hebrew Word in the Codex Leningradensis would allow that. But YEHOVAH is found about 50 times, like in Genesis 3:14:
"…וַיֹּאמֶר יְהֹוָה אֱלֹהִים"

https://newchristianbiblestudy.org/bible/compare/hebrew-bhs-vowels/darby/genesis/3/14

So, when I read Gen. 3:14, it says: "Wayomer YEHOVAH ELOHIM… (to satan) "

 

God = אֱלֹהִים

Forms without pronominal affixes

Plural

Absolute state

אֱלֹהִים ~ אלוהים

elohim

God

Construct state

אֱלֹהֵי־ ~ אלוהי־

elohei-

God of ...

 

https://www.pealim.com/dict/4592-elohim

 

Forms with pronominal affixes

 

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Person

Singular

Plural

Masculine

Feminine

Masculine

Feminine

1st

אֱלֹהַי ~ אלוהיי

elohay

my God

אֱלֹהֵינוּ ~ אלוהינו

eloheinu

our God

2nd

אֱלֹהֶיךָ ~ אלוהיך

elohecha

your m. sg. God

אֱלֹהַיִךְ ~ אלוהייך

elohayich

your f. sg. God

אֱלֹהֵיכֶם ~ אלוהיכם

eloheichem

your m. pl. God

אֱלֹהֵיכֶן ~ אלוהיכן

eloheichen

your f. pl. God

3rd

אֱלֹהָיו ~ אלוהיו

elohav

his / its God

אֱלֹהֶיהָ ~ אלוהיה

eloheha

her / its God

אֱלֹהֵיהֶם ~ אלוהיהם

eloheihem

their m. God

אֱלֹהֵיהֶן ~ אלוהיהן

eloheihen

their f. God

 

 

 

I disagree, that the explanation of ELOHIM (plural) has nothing to do with “let us make man”. Gen. 1.26.
When God says, let us make man, he does not speak to a host of angles, but to Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is found in Genesis 1,2 and Christ can be found in the “uttering” of God. So, when Got utters something, it “happens” and the “happening” is the Word in Joh. 1,1.

Since Christ is the “only begotten Son”, that means, Christ was always in the heart of the Father. So, Stephen before his death in Acts 7 sees Jesus standing at the right Hand of God. This means, we have two Gods in heaven, who are YEHOVAH. The third YEHOVAH is the Holy Sprit, since God is Spirit. John 4:24

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

'Eliyah = My God is YEHOVAH https://www.biblestudytools.com/lexicons/hebrew/kjv/eliyah.html

From Yah = https://www.biblestudytools.com/lexicons/hebrew/kjv/yahh.html

 

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