from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Characterized by the use of the Hebrew word Elohim, ‘God,’ instead of ‘Jahveh,’ or ‘Jahwè,’ the proper name of God; Elohistic: applied to certain passages in the Hebrew scriptures: as, the Elohimic psalms; the Elohimic portions of Genesis; Elohimic documents.


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