Etymology of the Word
"GOD", “DIETY” and “DYEUS”
of the Christians
(Reference: The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume VI Copyright © 1909 by Robert Appleton Company Online Edition Copyright © 2003 by K. Knight Nihil Obstat, September 1, 1909. Remy Lafort, Censor Imprimatur. +John M. Farley, Archbishop of New York )(Anglo-Saxon God; German Gott; akin to Persian khoda; Hindu khooda).
God can variously be defined as:
- the proper name of the one Supreme and Infinite Personal Being, the Creator and Ruler of the universe, to whom man owes obedience and worship;
- the common or generic name of the several supposed beings to whom, in polytheistic religions, Divine attributes are ascribed and Divine worship rendered;
- the name sometimes applied to an idol as the image or dwelling-place of a god.
The root-meaning of the name (from Gothic root gheu; Sanskrit hub or emu, "to invoke or to sacrifice to") is either "the one invoked" or "the one sacrificed to." From different Indo-Germanic roots (div, "to shine" or "give light"; thes in thessasthai "to implore") come the Indo-Iranian deva, Sanskrit dyaus (gen. divas), Latin deus, Greek theos, Irish and Gaelic dia, all of which are generic names; also Greek Zeus (gen. Dios, Latin Jupiter (jovpater), Old Teutonic Tiu or Tiw (surviving in Tuesday), Latin Janus, Diana, and other proper names of pagan deities. The common name most widely used in Semitic occurs as 'el in Hebrew, 'ilu in Babylonian, 'ilah in Arabic, etc.; and though scholars are not agreed on the point, the root-meaning most probably is "the strong or mighty one."
Dr. James Strong Hebrew Lexicon Dictionary defines ‘GOD’ = ‘god’ (Elohiym).
430 elohiym, el-o-heem; plur. of 433; "GODS" in the ord. sense; but spec. used (in the plur. and thus, espec. with the art.) of the supreme God; occa. applied by way of DEFERENCE TO MAGISTRATES; and sometimes as a superlative;- ANGELS, x exceeding, God (gods) (-dess-ly), x (very) great, judges, x mighty.433 elowahh, el-o-ah; rarely (short), eloahh, el-oh-ah; prob. prol. (emph.) from 410; a deity or the deity:- God, god. see 430.
410 el, ale; short from 352; STRENGTH; as adj. MIGHTY; esp. the Almighty (BUT USED OF ANY DEITY):- God (god), goodly, x great, IDOL, might (-y-one), POWER, strong. comp. names in "-el".
Webster's Dictionary says the word God means: any of various beings, a person or a thing. If God means various beings, then God can also mean Satan, Satyr, daemons or demons, wild goat, Baalzebub, Bel, Lord of Flies, Zeus, Jupiter, Allah, Bathala, Dios.
According to Cohanul_OHOL YAOHUSHUA (www.yaohushua.org), the origin of the word ‘GOD’ is the root word: 'KHUDA' - which was an ancient (skull) idol of the Persians and Babylonians. This can also be easily checked out by checking out the name of the cultic idol 'Baal Gad' mentioned in the Holy Scriptures several times.
Another word given as a clue in the Holy Writ is the retained word 'gol-GOT-tha' - which means 'place of the skull.' The word 'got' refers to the skeletal remains of the human head, commonly used by mediums and witches! So when anyone prays to 'god' - you now know whom he is really, actually praying to.
(References: Nodeworks Encyclopedia, wilkepedia, and other good dictionaries)
Dyēus is the reconstructed chief god of the Proto-Indo-European pantheon. He was the god of the daylit sky, and his position may have mirrored the position of patriarch or king in society.Later gods who are etymologically connected with Dyeus include
Also etymologically connected is the Latin word for god, deus, the word for the Christian God used by the Roman Catholic Church. The latin word is also continued in English divine, deity, and the original Germanic word remains visible in Tuesday (originally "Day of Tiwaz").
Dyeus was addressed as Dyeu Phter, literally "Sky Father", as reflected in Latin Jupiter, Greek Zeu pater, Sanskrit Dyau Pita. In his aspect as a Father God, his consort was Pltvi Mhter, "Earth Mother". As weather god, he probably wielded the thunderbolt or vajra.
As the pantheons of the individual Indo-European mythologies evolved, attributes of Dyeus were sometimes redistributed to other, newer gods. In Greek and Roman mythology, Dyeus remained the chief god, while in Vedic and Germanic mythology, the etymological continuants of Dyeus became pale, rather featureless gods, and his original attributes, and his dominance over other gods, were transferred to gods whose names cannot be reconstructed for Proto-Indo-European times, such as Odin, Thor or Indra.
The Catholic Encylopedia Dictionary defines:
Ama (Or Amma.)
A Semitic term meaning mother, adopted by the Copts and the Greeks as a title of honour applied to religious and ladies of high rank. In Coptic inscriptions, according to Leclercq, it is given to both of these categories of personages. The Greeks seem to have used it generally in the same sense as the Latin abbatissa or abbess.
It means the Dyeus Ama of the Christians is the Mother of Gods.
The saddest part of all is that behind these pagan idols called GOD and DYEUS of the Christians stands the real being who is worshipped by the whole Christian world—Satan (Satyr) himself! (c.f. Isa. 13:12-14; Ez. 28:12-19; 2 Thes. 2:3-12). When confessing the phrases “Praise god” or “Purihin ang dios” you are worshipping and declaring the name of the god of this world – HA-SATAN, SATYR, SATUR, WILD SERPENT, WILD GOAT
WAKE UP! IT’S TIME TO CALL UPON HIS TRUE AND ONLY ORIGINAL NAME YÁOHU (YHVH)
"' YÁOHU ULHIM ”' - this is My Name forever by which I am to be called and remembered from generation to generation!" - Exodus 3:15, Tanakh or Hebrew Holy Scriptures
'Do not worship any other idol, for YÁOHU, whose 'Shúam' (Name) is YÁOHU Qan-ao is a possessively avenging (jealous) UL (the All-Powerful Eternal Creator).' - Exodus 34:14
'Do not swear falsely by My 'Shúam' (Name) and so profane the 'Shúam' (Name) of your UL. I am YÁOHU.' - Leviticus 19:12
'Do not profane My holy 'Shúam' (Name).' I must be acknowledged as holy by the Yáoshorulítes (Israelites). I am YÁOHU, Who makes you holy.' - Leviticus 22:32
'Anyone who blasphemes the 'Shúam' (Name) of YÁOHU UL must be put to death. The whole congregation must kill him with rocks. Whether an alien or native-born, when he blasphemes the 'Shúam' (Name),' he must be put to death.' - Leviticus 24:16
'You shall not misuse the 'Shúam' (Name) of YÁOHU your UL, for YÁOHU will not hold anyone guiltless who misuses His 'Shúam' (Name).' - Deuteronomy 5:11
Isai 42:8 I am YÁOHU , that is My name; And My glory I will not give to another, Nor My praise to carved images.
Mala 2:2 If you will not hear, And if you will not take it to heart, To give glory to My name," Says YÁOHU of hosts, "I will send a curse upon you, And I will curse your blessings. Yes, I have cursed them already, Because you do not take it to heart.
Psal 105:1 Oh, give thanks to YAOHU! Call upon His name; Make known His deeds among the peoples!
Psalms 116:17- I will offer to thee the sacrifice of thanksgiving, and will call upon the name of YÁOHU.
Isai 12:4 And in that day you will say: "Praise YÁOHU, call upon His name; Declare His deeds among the peoples, Make mention that His name is exalted.
"O Yisrael, return to YAOHU your Ulhim, for you have stumbled by your crookedness. Take words with you, and return to
Zechariah 13:9- And I will bring the third part through the fire, and will refine them as silver is refined, and will try them as gold is tried: they shall call on my name, and I will hear them: I will say, It [is] my people: and they shall say, YÁOHU is my ULHIM.
It is very evident that YÁOHU 's name is important to Him but it apparently was not important to those who are blinded by Satan and to those have translated His word into the Greek, Latin, English, Spanish and Filipino languages. Therefore we must make every effort when we see His name substituted in our scriptures to restore them back as we read them. We cannot change what has already been done but we can zealously return to the faith which was once delivered to the believers of Messiah.
AND YOU WILL BE SAVED!!!'And everyone who calls on the 'Shúam' (Name) of YÁOHU UL will be saved; for on Mount Zion and in Yaohúshua-oléym (Jerusalem) there will be deliverance, as YÁOHU UL has said, among the remnant (survivors) whom YÁOHU UL calls.' - Yao-Úl (Joel) 2:32
Cry out, 'Save us, YÁOHU UL our Savior; gather us and deliver us from the nations, that we may give 'hodayáo' (thanks) to Your holy 'Shúam' (Name),' that we may glory in Your praise.' - 1 Chronicles 16:35'There is no other name under heaven given to humanity for salvation, except the Name: YAOHÚSHUA!' - Acts 4:12. No other name, no other name, no other name, no other name, except: YAOHÚSHUA ! Every knee must bow at this Name: YAOHÚSHUA!