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Burning one Wrote:Shlama,

the tern ELOHEYNU simple means "our Elohim." it is an inflected form of the noun, so you won't find it in a Strong's under the term headings. it is all over Scripture whenever you see "our God / Elohim."

the suffix appears on all types of terms: Adoneynu (our lord), simchateynu (our joy), kaporateynu (our atonement), etc..

as for the rest of your email, the poster says ECHAD means "one," and not a unity, yet it should be mentioned that the man and the woman, who are distinct individuals, become "one" flesh, yet remain two people, so there is a unity involved in ECHAD. whether one desires to apply that to YHWH as Elohim lay within one's personal interpretation of His nature, but ECHAD doesn't absolutely necessitate a singularity.

but as for the "tone" of this poster, i tend to think you are probably wasting your time no matter what you discuss...

Chayim b'Moshiach,


The "tone" of the poster remains the same with all. There is no preferential treatment because I agree or disagree on any particular subject as I tend to lean toward trusting the DBR YHWH above any of man's "opinions" of it, or me. I may very well agree with something you say today and disagree with you on tomorrow, yet, I will not lace my words with sugar in either case. Unfortunately this is not true of "everyone" that seeks the Panayim YHWH. As they would lift themselves (or others) to elevated status because of a preconceived notion based on "man's" supposed knowledge.

Now if that sounds hard or harsh, so be it, however perhaps you should know the beginning BEFORE you make an errant judgement based on a biased and one-sided statement.


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Re: Shema Yisra`ELYHWH ELOHEYNU YHWH | EYCHAD... - by justalex - 12-19-2010, 06:01 PM

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