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On almost every page in tanach you find the pair of words "hashem elokeynu" (Hashem yourour God). By saying "your"our God" it seems to imply that there are other gods.

If this implication is not correct why then is God frequently called by "hashem elokeynu" in tanach?

On almost every page in tanach you find the pair of words "hashem elokeynu" (Hashem your God). By saying "your God" it seems to imply that there are other gods.

If this implication is not correct why then is God frequently called by "hashem elokeynu" in tanach?

On almost every page in tanach you find the pair of words "hashem elokeynu" (Hashem our God). By saying "our God" it seems to imply that there are other gods.

If this implication is not correct why then is God frequently called by "hashem elokeynu" in tanach?

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Why does "elokeynu" frequently follow "hashem" in tanach?

On almost every page in tanach you find the pair of words "hashem elokeynu" (Hashem your God). By saying "your God" it seems to imply that there are other gods.

If this implication is not correct why then is God frequently called by "hashem elokeynu" in tanach?