to Hell is at once both uproarious and sobering, and even those who take issue with Woods' point of view will find his arguments compelling and his insights thought-provoking.
, through His words, deeds, revelations, and prophets, not only provides us with a code of ethics, but the very ethical core of humanity without which any sense of morality or justice is impossible.
Ten year old Leah Israel, her cult given alias and the only name she had ever known, lived among thieves, arsonists and murderers who terrorized Floridians in the name of the Almighty and his earthly prophet, Yahweh
In chapter 3 Frankel notes that the exile raised the question of whether Yahweh
can be worshipped on foreign soil, which is related to the question of whether Yahweh
is a land-bound or a universal deity.
In the process that follows their collaboration, both God Yahweh
and Noah are depicted as typical capitalists who want more and more material rewards from the film rights to their book.
Rather, Momaday has Yahweh
wax ecstatic over the illuminating.
Crucially, the inscription asks for a blessing from 'Yahweh
and his Asherah' - evidence that presented Yahweh
and Asherah as a divine pair.
10) The very language of a Ugaritic hymn to Baal could be taken over and turned into a hymn to Yahweh
Many Muslims use Allah as a proper name for God (like Yahweh
is in Judaism), although, of course, it is not a proper name.
Cosmological Identity of the Judaeo-Christian Yahweh
with West Afrikan Divinities
The Gods of Canaan" is a work of biblical fiction focusing on the consort of Yahweh
, Asherah, and her chosen seeress, Rebe'kah.
He begins with a cognitive analysis of the meaning of the three within the Pentateuch--the Greek version of the New Testament--then analyzes the function of the interchange between Yahweh
and Elohim in various Old Testament books.