What matters is how the word is actually used. The actual usage of Eloah and Elohim in the Hebrew scriptures is at variance with definitions found in most lexicons, because these works have an Ideology to uphold. The ideology of Jewish monotheism. The fact is, the Hebrew scriptures demonstrate polytheistic belief which later evolves into henotheistic belief (Man gods, but one chief god, from which the others gods were emanated or created by), to an iffy sort of monotheism. Christianity proceeds with a qualified henotheism, with there being the one supreme god and many lesser gods, the demons or archons.
If you want to see how the word is actually used, get yourself a copy of Strong's, or find it online using Google, and do an exhaustive study. You'll discover, just as I did, the words eloah and elohim are very often plural.
I have devoted a very substantial chapter of Jehovah Unmasked to laying out my findings, and taking the reader through a tour of how the words eloah and elohim are actually used in the OT, rather than stating an Ideology and then hammering the bible to fit, or conveniently explaining everything away with mental gymnastics, verbal contortions, and special pleading.
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