For Whom the Bell Tolls

WMSCOG
Robert Jordan, a young American, heard the news that the Spanish Civil War had broken out and decided to fight for the country. His mission was to defend the fortress to the last. Striving for three days, he finally achieved his mission. However, whi...

Since God in the New Testament Is the Singular Form, Heavenly Mother Does Not Exist?

Ahnsahnghong
[False Claim] The Greek word “Theos” is the singular form of “God,” and it appears 309 times in the New Testament. Meanwhile, “Theoi” the plural form of “God” is written only five times, and these all refer to pagan gods. Therefore, God is o...

Elohim in the Plural Form Means God’s Omnipotence and Majesty?[WMSCOG]

Ahnsahnghong
[False Claim]  In Hebrew, the masculine suffix is “-im” and the feminine suffix is “-oth.” So, “Elohim” is the plural masculine form of “El” or “Eloah.” The plural elohim is used to show omnipotence and majesty of God’s character. Theref...