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Elohim in Hebrew Bible

Elohim in Hebrew Bible

A closeup shot captures a section of an open Jewish Torah Holy Bible book. The book has light brown, aged pages, which lend a sense of historical significance. The focus is specifically on a particular word written in Hebrew, "Elohim," which translates to "God" in English. This word stands out prominently, occupying the center of attention within the frame. The intricate details of the Hebrew letters used to form the word "Elohim" are clearly visible. While the "Elohim" word is in sharp focus, the surrounding text on the Torah page appears slightly blurred. This intentional blurring effect adds depth and perspective to the image, emphasizing the significance and centrality of the word "Elohim." The blurred text represents the broader context of the passage, suggesting that the focal point is not just the specific word, but the concept of God itself within the sacred text.

Image ID#: 12736 / Category: Religion / Price: 499$
Elohim in Hebrew Bible
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