What are the names of God in Judaism?

Who are the Gods of Judaism?

Rabbinic Judaism considers seven names of God in Judaism so holy that, once written, they should not be erased: YHWH, El (“God”), Eloah (“God”), Elohim (“God”), Shaddai (“Almighty”), Ehyeh (“I Am”), and Tzevaot (“[of] Hosts”).

What are the 30 names of God?

30 Names of God

  • God (Eloah, Theos) – אֱלוֹהַּ, θεὸς …
  • God (El) – אֵל, θεὸς …
  • God (Elohim) – אֱלֹהִים, θεὸς …
  • Almighty (Shadai, Pantokrator) – שַׁדַּי, ὁ παντοκράτωρ …
  • Most High (Elyon) – עֶלְיוֹן, ὁ ὕψιστος …
  • Lord (Adonai) – אָדוֹן, ὁ κύριoς …
  • Master (Despotes) – ὁ δεσπότης

What are the 12 names of Jehovah?

What are the 12 names of God?

  • ELOHIM My Creator.
  • JEHOVAH My Lord God.
  • EL SHADDAI My Supplier.
  • ADONAI My Master.
  • JEHOVAH JIREH My Provider.
  • JEHOVAH ROPHE My Healer.
  • JEHOVAH NISSI My Banner.
  • JEHOVAH MAKADESH My Sanctifier.

What are the 12 names of Jesus?

Names

  • Jesus.
  • Emmanuel.
  • Christ.
  • Lord.
  • Master.
  • Logos (the Word)
  • Son of God.
  • Son of man.
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