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You forget the Elohim ...

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Submitted by Anne Julienne (Australia), Nov 13, 2012 at 16:49

According to Genesis 1:1, it is the Elohim that made this world and the Elohim is an abstract ambiguous concept that can include the singular and the plural, the masculine and the feminine. John later echoes this verse while identifying the word (logos) with God (theos) but that is a Greek inspired Christian peculiarity. When it comes to foundational ideas about ultimate realities, I prefer to return to the purer sources.

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