A shul which is named Beth EL being that El is God's name am I allowed to say it sholom as stated in the talmud is God's name as well but u don't see people refraining from saying it I personally think that it whould be ok being that u don't have gods name in mind rather just the nickname of the shul. like Daniel.

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    @DoubleAA Is it a duplicate? The other one focuses on writing while this focuses on pronouncing. It may be reasonable to assume the same standard applies to both, but is that enough to be a duplicate (e.g. Alex wrote at the end of his answer there, I don't know whether this would also affect how it should be spoken (when not saying a complete pasuk))? – Fred Mar 20 '15 at 20:49
  • @Fred Seems like a duplicate to me. Writing is an example there ("e.g."), not the entire question. – msh210 Mar 22 '15 at 3:18
  • @msh210 Perhaps. I suppose I read that question too quickly the first time around. – Fred Mar 22 '15 at 4:29

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