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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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y WEIMAR, P., <<"Hab Mideid, JHWH, mit deinem Volk" (Joel 2,17).
This can be translated as: "The Name [of God] interpreted by a rabbi." In the Jewish tradition, the Hebrew words Shem ha-Mephorash refer to the name of God, the four consonants JHWH, which are not uttered.
(41) Barbiero, II regno di JHWH e del suo Messia, 360-363.
Most of studies interpret the biblical text as being written after the Exile (586 B.C.), as reflecting these traumatic experiences and trying to implement a theology that still claims JHWH as God of Israel and transforms it to the new conditions of Israel's life in Babylon.
According to Norin, this reflects not only a religio-historical development, but also a social stratification: "Wir konnen hier die Tendenz erkennen, dass die fuhrenden Krafte der beiden israelitischen Staaten Gott unter dem Namen Jhwh verehrten, wahrend sich der Name Elohim anscheinend bei denen eingeburgert hatte, die dem Zentrum der Macht nicht nahestanden" (p.
Despues siguieron con la combinacion del alfabeto segun los principios cabalisticos de la combinacion, la recoleccion y la construccion de palabras, y les fue creado un hombre que en la frente llevaba la inscripcion JHWH Elohim Emeth.
Pero su paso de Kant a JHWH va acompanado de profunda renuncia reflexiva a la filosofia pura helenico-cartesiana-ilustrada, en favor de una filosofia impura sin el menor particularismo etnomaniaco-etnorreligioso.
As digter is Hugo nie geisoleerd van die werklikhede van sy wereld nie en daar is 'n gesofistikeerde ironiese aanvaarding van vergeefsheid in sy keuse om anders te dink en te kyk in verse soos "Veertien reels vir 'n wettelose land" (45), "Skande" (52), "Nuus" (54) en "JHWH" (58).
Wagner (Hebrew Bible, Kirchliche Hochschule Wuppertal, Germany), who published Gottes Herrschaft in 2006 (also with Brill), now offers a careful analysis of the term kabod in conjunction with JHWH in the books of Isaiah and Ezekiel, as well as elsewhere in the Old Testament and other ancient texts, demonstrating the nuances of its meanings in lengthy textual explications.
(Little did they know.) J, the critics said could be identified as the writer who spoke of Jehovah God, JHWH, and wrote in the norther kingdom of Israel about 920 b.c.
Felix Komer, "JHWH, Gott, Allah: drei Namen fur dieselbe Wirklichkeit?" pp.
(2) Sigo la definicion de capitulos y versiculos de la Biblia Reina-Valera; otras versiones no corresponden exactamente a dicha version P.ej.: Salmo 5:1 (Reina-Valera) = Salmo 5:2 (Biblia de Jerusalen), Con respecto al nombre de Dios, YHVH o JHWH, que actualmente ponemos en espanol como "Yave", transcribo "Jehova" cuando se trata de una cita directa de la Biblia, Version Reina-Valera, pero utilizo el nombre "Yave" cuando escribo por mi mismo.