Content in a flash
1. Gods in the Bible: Context is king.
Every “El” managed their territories and people directly (aided by non-commissioned officers, the “Malakhim”). To achieve this, they established vassal relationships with local human tribes, forged alliances, and countered adversaries. They developed military strategies and techniques, and implemented tax systems to access diverse resources on our planet.
Indeed, a pivotal change in military allegiance will ultimately shape the events that lead to the destruction of cities like Sodom and Gomorrah, as we will explore further.
Gods in the Bible and meaning of Elohim
Gods in the Bible
By the same token, we find ourselves pondering: Why would a benevolent God, intent on conveying His will through a written text, necessitate such intricate complexity that it demands even more intricate volumes to expound upon these concepts?
Psalm 82: 1 – “God presides in the great assembly; he renders judgment among the “gods”
Elohim true Identity, what you can expect from the next section