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A quibble, poor and barren is it is, gave him such delight that he was content to purchase it by the sacrifice of reason, propriety, and truth. Moving walls are generally represented in years. Yahweh is splendidly interpreted in Exodus 3:14; and the word is connected with the archaic form hawah for hayah, "to be," and the word characterizes God as the being who at all times continues to be the God of the Covenant, and who, according to Genesis 2:4 -3:24, can manifestly be none other than the Creator of the universe in Genesis 1:1 -2:3, even if from Genesis 12 on He, for the time being, enters into a special relation to Abraham, his family and his people, and by the use of the combined names Yahweh-Elohim is declared to be identical with the God who created the world, as e.g. this is also done in the section Exodus 7:8 -13:16, where, in the 10 plagues, Yahweh's omnipotent power is revealed (compare EXODUS, II, 2, 2); and in 9:30 it is charged against-Pharaoh and his courtiers, that they did not yet fear Yahweh-Elohim, i.e. the God of the Covenant, who at the same time is the God of the universe (compare also 1 Kings 18:21 ,37,39; Jonah 4:6 ). (d) Real Purpose in Use of Names for God: But now it is further possible to show clearly, in connection with a number of passages, that the different names for God are in Genesis selected with a perfect consciousness of the difference in their meanings, and that accordingly the choice of these names does not justify the division of the book into various sources. (i) Decreasing Use of Yahweh: The fact that the toledhoth of Terah, of Isaac, and of Jacob begin with the name Yahweh but end without this name.

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Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (December 1, 2004)

ISBN: 1417959096

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