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Yahweh: I AM. This name is generally considered to be the sacred Hebrew name of God and not meant to be spoken (according to the dictionary definition). Elohim: This is generally understood to mean "The living God". What we address God as is up to the speaker. It would probably be wise to address him with reverence and honor. Calling him "Abba&...


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Like curidusdannii stated, "almost all Trinitarians see the passages with "the angel of the Lord" is theophanies, and so visions of some kind of God himself. Amongst Trinitarians I think it would be quite rare to think otherwise." I can also answer this question in the "negative." In other words, there are many groups that deny ...


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Before this question can be answered, clarification would be needed on how non-orthodox groups understand the term "the Lord". Orthodox Christianity has an ancient history of basing their understanding on the New Testament doctrine that, "... (as indeed there are many 'gods', and many 'lords') yet for us there is but one God, the Father, from ...


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