Elohim is a modern and ancient Hebrew word that denotes god or gods, making it grammatically singular or plural.
According to Catholic teaching, the fact that Elohim has a plural form doesn’t mean that it points to polytheistic understanding of God. It occurs over 2,500 times in the Old Testament.
The term Elohim is also used by Raelians to depict apparently all-wise, loving aliens whom adherents believe created mankind.
- אלוהים (Elohim) (eliezer40.com)
- He Says Concerning Himself “I am the Son of Elohim” (guapotg.wordpress.com)
- God, Elohim (hoagiestyle.wordpress.com)