YHWH


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YHWH

also YHVH or JHVH or JHWH  (yo͝od′hä′väv′hä′, yä′wā, yä′wĕ)
n.
The Hebrew Tetragrammaton representing the name of God.
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Noun1.YHWH - a name for the God of the Old Testament as transliterated from the Hebrew consonants YHVH
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As Wildberger and Blenkinsopp note, the motif of "an altar to YHWH in the Land of Egypt" is a recurrent one, because refugees from the Land of Israel repeatedly established such altars in Egypt.
In the ancestral household ideology of the book of Joshua, land is a cluster of promised entitlements in allotted by YHWH to ancestral households who are to undertake the conquest and settlement of their allotments.
The mystery of the incarnation is that not only did Jesus, as Messiah-King, embody Israel's Servant identity, but that he also, as Lord, embodied YHWH, Israel's God.
21) Also, if the ultimate issue of the narrative was the tension of unfulfilled prophecy, why is the reader left in the dark concerning the exact content of the message that YHWH instructed Jonah to deliver (see Jon.
We assented, in a blank check, to the new rules of YHWH, because we knew they would be better than the old quotas of Pharaoh (Exodus 19:8).
8 GOD AND GRAPHIC DESIGN My neighborhood mosque, Madina Masjid at Eleventh and First, recently solved one of the great graphic design-based theology problems since the Jews figured out how to spell YHWH.
In the separate YHWH (Yahweh) version, Hawwah (Eve) is created from Adham's rib and they are a couple without any blessing or ceremony.
Depending whom you ask, the rule pertains to any version of the name of God, or only the tetragrammaton (YHVH or YHWH, pronounced Yahweh or sometimes Jehovah), or only the tetragrammaton in Hebrew characters.
And she bore a son and she named him Solomon; and YHWH loved him.
It's one thing to say that YHWH is a God of history and transformation, drowning Pharaoh's tribe, or to count the terms and usages of the word power in your concordance, and quite another to assert that "Spirit Power" (ethically divergent from that exercised by earthly rulers) is characterized by healing, humility, shared wealth, nonviolence, and radical community.
Of particular importance is the Jewish tradition of not saying aloud the Holy Name of God, which is usually printed as YHWH or Yahweh.
No permanent owner for the land was the greatest gift of Lord YHWH for the whole humanity.