"Elohim" is the plural name for God in the Hebrew language meaning "mighty one." The name references the trinity even though the word "trinity" does not appear in the Bible. However the trinity is doctrinally present throughout the Bible, with visuals made in creation, salvation, baptism, and judgement. The name "Elohim" is used more than 2,750 times in the Old Testament alone.
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