Can We Be Confident of Progress?

Must everyone always call God “God”?
Publication Month: 
January 2009
Author - First Name: 
John B.
Author - Last Name: 
Cobb, Jr.

Of course, the answer is “No.” It is obvious that those who speak German will say “Gott,” and those who speak French will say “Dieu.” In the Hebrew Old Testament, the word is “El.” In the Greek New Testament, it is “Theos.” It is equally obvious that in Arabic, the word is “Allah,” although there are those who seem to dispute that.

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