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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The consensus of modern scholarship is that chapter 65 belongs to a very late stratum of the book and the reference to Gad is found in a polemical accusation that members of the Jerusalem community have abandoned YHWH to worship Gad and Meni, the god and goddess of fortune and fate.
The show started with honour and respect to the land, with the singing of the village's asafo song, YHWH Bless Our House Land, which, for the first time, everybody sang their parts perfectly to the admiration of the judges on the Amelika Got Talents and Voda Telephone Icon.
The text of Num 11,12 (26), for example, describes the supplication of Moses to YHWH, which reflects an intimate maternal relationship.
Yhwh said to Abram, "Go from your native land (10) and from your father's house, to the land that I shall show you.
From then on, YHWH was never called by name except on special occasions in a sacred place and, even then, only by a priest.
The author writes that the identification of Seth with YHWH is found in "late anti-Jewish texts from the Hellenistic period." However, instead of being directed to these texts, the reader is referred in a note to an 1862 French publication.
7b) son simplemente contradictorias para Brueggemann, y manifiestan una radical inestabilidad en YHWH. Esto, que en principio resulta desconcertante, es comprensible dentro del planteamiento <<posmoderno>> de Brueggemann en su Teologia del Antiguo Testamento.
In Exodus YHWH works in history, saving a mixed ethnic group of slaves from the oppression of Pharaoh.
The monarch being the earthly representative of YHWH located in heaven; the people are the monarch's labour force in the land.
YHWH is King: The Development of Divine Kingship in Ancient Israel
The final part of the monograph examines OT theology as a whole and contains (1) the characteristics (personality traits) of YHWH; (2) an overall discussion of the development of the depiction of God, changes in the depiction, YHWH's difference from other gods, etc.; and (3) the influence of OT theology on the NT.
It is a fantastical story about an Israelite prophet (as opposed to the prophet's message) and his struggle against YHWH. The narrative's ironical tone and mythical elements have led most scholars to label it along the lines of a didactic fiction.