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Divine Names, The

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Results 1-10 of 96 Divine Names, The
Why would G‑d have any name - let alone so many? When can and can't I use the names?
One of the first things that Moses asked G-d at the Burning Bush: They're going to ask me, "What is His name?" What is the significance of this question? And what is the meaning of G-d's elusive answer?
One of the classics in Chasidic literature, "Veyadaata" is renowned for its simple yet profound explanation of the oneness of G-d, while at the same time focusing on the challenges of day-to-day living, exploring ways in which one can receive the inner...
No matter how many times I write "G-d", the spell-check on the computer has no idea what I mean...
Esther Sara Question: I came to your site to read up on Ruth. I began reading and when I saw "G‑d" I had to stop. You may consider this harmless in Jewish terms, but anyone coming to this site will probably take this as I did. It is considered damning the...
shem In Judaism, mentioning the name of G‑d is a big deal—as evidenced by the fact that the third of the Ten Commandments is "You shall not take the name of the L-rd, your G‑d, in vain." (Click here for more on G‑d's names.) It is permitted to pronounce...
Why Don’t Jews Say G‑d’s Name? On the use of the word “Hashem” Q&A RankRankRankRankRankRank
Throughout the Bible, the L‑rd is instructing the people to “call His name.” Why don’t the Jewish people obey Him and “call and praise His name” instead of beating around the bush?
Ascribing any type of human characteristics to G-dl is tantamount to heresy. Yet, the Torah refers to G-d in the male tense; “The Holy One, blessed be HE.” Why isn’t G-d referred to as a woman? Discover the true kabbalistic meaning of “G-d & Gender.”
Kabbalah teaches that to understand G‑d's unity, one must understand His Divine Names.
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