Elohim literally means "Gods" (yes, plural) in Hebrew. It is used by the Elohist Source of the Bible to refer to God. Predating the monotheistic variety of Judaism, the Elohist text is believed by some to have originated at around c. 850 BCE. In later adaptations its polytheistic elements were largely removed, leaving only atavistic remnants such as Genesis 3:22 and its plural form as indicators of its polytheistic significance. The name Elohim itself is only used in the early parts of the Elohist text, changing to Yahweh after the Burning Bush incident.