Yahwe

NOUN
  1. a name for the God of the Old Testament as transliterated from the Hebrew consonants YHVH
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How To Use Yahwe In A Sentence

  • They can't wait to pontificate on the virtues of itsy-bitsy, low taxing, low spending government, but then whenever they get their hands on the damn thing they drive up the national debt like Yahweh himself told them it was their personal holy crusader's mission to party hearty at the public's expense (“I command you to choose a hockey mom from amongst your number, and cause her to buildeth a bridge to nowhere!”). Printing: Twenty Years From Now, You Will Lie To Your Children
  • Elohim, etc., and still less Yahweh, the ineffable name, i.e. a name unutterable to any human tongue; instead of these, they used metaphors or expressions having reference to the Divine attributes. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize
  • David's sin was classified as despising the commandment of Yahweh and doing evil.
  • It is also quite obvious that the israelites originally sacrificed their firstborns to El or Yahweh. In Abraham's Shoes Without A Bible
  • In the third part of the book Brueggemann discusses what he calls ‘Unsolicited Testimony,’ or texts which indirectly allude to the nature of Yahweh.
  • As pious Jews they had held that Yahweh alone was God and that no human being could be divine.
  • But although there is evidence for a centralisation of the different Canaanite-style cults into the worship of Yahweh in the capital – Jerusalem – over this period the most which can be said was that a form of monolatry, a belief in one God for a particular people had emerged. Zoroaster – forgotten prophet of the one God
  • Moses ascends the mountain, talks with Yahweh, and comes back with clay tablets.
  • Thus, the call of Moses uses theophany and promise to create a relationship with Yahweh, one that is expressed in Israel's obedience and carried forward to future audiences by means of Passover re-enactment.
  • They can't wait to pontificate on the virtues of itsy-bitsy, low taxing, low spending government, but then whenever they get their hands on the damn thing they drive up the national debt like Yahweh himself told them it was their personal holy crusader's mission to party hearty at the public's expense ( "I command you to choose a hockey mom from amongst your number, and cause her to buildeth a bridge to nowhere!"). Twenty Years From Now, You Will Lie To Your Children
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