In part 2 of Ten Matters That Still Matter to God we look at what the Almighty means when he says, “You shall have no other gods before my face.” Because of the use of the plural form elohim (“gods”) in this verse, some have concluded that God is in some way plural. But how does such a notion line up with the scriptural witness that there is one—and only one—God? Fortunately, this problem can be solved through understanding Hebrew grammar, without the need to resort to manmade theology.
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