Learning Center FAQs
Is there significance to God’s many names?
Yes, throughout the Bible God refers to Himself by different names and titles. Each name reveals an aspect of His nature, character and power. For example, the name Elohim, used in Genesis 1, is a plural noun that normally takes a singular verb. This and other scriptures indicate that God is composed of more than one being. The Bible doesn’t teach that there is a “sacred name” for God.
The Bible uses many names of God. What are these names, and what are their meanings? They teach us important lessons about the character and power of God.