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https://www.google.com... it proves this. And if you go on to google translate from Hebrew to English and type in doG, it comes out doG. This is because Hebrew doesn't have the same alphabet as English. If you go to this link https://www.google.com... it shows you the Hebrew alphabet and this https://www.google.com... is the English alphabet. As you can see, they are nothing alike. So the word "god" would not be in English letters, it would be אלוהים.
https://www.google.com... where it shows that god in Hebrew is not doG. But you probably wont so I will tell you what it says.
אלוהים : God
אֵל : God, deity, divinity, power
אֱלֹהִים : God
אֱלוֹהַ : God
אֱלִיל : God, false god, idol
אֱלֹקִים : God
בּוֹרֵא : Creator, maker, god
הקב'ה : God
ה' : God
בַּעַל נֶחָמוֹת : God
רִבּוֹנוֹ שֶׁל עוֹלָם : God
בַּעַל גְבוּרוֹת : God
מָקוֹם : Place, room, locality, location, premises, god
שַׁדַי : God
והים : God
All of these words mean God , or something close to god, in Hebrew.
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Vote Placed by ContraDictator 8 months ago
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Reasons for voting decision: It's spelt Kool-aid and to speak this way to Con was bad conduct and irrelevant to the debate. PandaSam explains that Hebrew had no letters of d, o or g, Max responds by lashing out at Con and not using a single shred of logic.
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