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Concept Of Yahweh Essay Examples

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El, Yahweh, The Cannonites and Israel
El, Yahweh, The Cannonites and Israel If one decided to study the concept of Yahweh, from his beginning, and the premise that is Yahweh, one would be able to find many ties to the Cannonite idea of El. The concept of El can be seen in how EL and Yahweh are both identified, in characteristics that El and Yahweh share, and...
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An Examination of the Concept of God
The concept of God, or any god, is one that has definite boundaries. There are many questions that arise concerning the nature of God, or even whether or not there really is one. The most common god in today's society is "God", the "Supreme Being" worshipped by Muslims as "Allah," by Jews a...
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An Analysis of "The Book of Jeremiah", a Book about the Prophet Jeremiah and His Commission from Yahweh
Jeremiah; often thought of as a 'gloomy' prophet was called by Yahweh to be his messenger for the people. Many people of Jeremiah's time called themselves prophets, often speaking form their own hearts and not of Yahweh's but Jeremiah is noted amongst a few as a true prophet. The first chapter of the book of Jeremiah looks...
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An Analysis of the Different Interpretations of God in Various Cultures and Understanding of the Bible
So many people have a false interpretation of who God really is. Understanding who God really is can clear up a lot of false pretences (ideas) that so many people have about Him. According to the Bible, there are a number of different names and interpretations for who God truly is. Yahweh *Eternal God most common name us...
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An Introduction to the Creative Essay on the Topic of Obadiah's Oracle Against Edom
Obadiah¡¦s oracle against Edom as sentenced by Yahweh Himself is severe and without hope for future restoration of this people. Edom¡¦s crime and reason for judgement is explained by Obadiah in this sense, ¡§you stood by on the day of your brother¡¦s captivity; and rejoiced over the children of Judah in the day of their d...
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The Punishment of Sin
Amos, disgusted with the beautiful ivories, the luxurious summer and winter homes, the impressive fortifications, and the teeming marketplaces, proclaimed that Yahweh too loathed the whole spectacle. (Anderson, pg. 258) The Lord God demanded obedience to him through the law that the people of Israel were ignorant to. You on...
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An Introduction to the Mythology of Jesus
From the very beginning times of Christianity, its message has identified with and transformed communities of people. Christianity itself grew out of a people group who had an identity that stretches back in time thousands of years. The worship of Yahweh, geographically born in ancient Mesopotamia (modern day Iraq) has spre...
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The Economic Problems Then and Now
During Hosea’s time, there was political, economical, social and religious strife in the country of Israel. Hosea lived in the tragic final days of the northern kingdom of Israel. During this time there were six kings within twenty-five years; four were murdered, one was captured in battle and only one was succeeded on the...
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An Introduction to a Religious Essay on the Topic of a Deity
“Who is God” So many people have a false interpretation of who God really is. Understanding who God really is can clear up a lot of false pretences (ideas) that so many people have about Him. According to the Bible, there are a number of different names and interpretations for who God truly is. WHO GOD REALLY IS! Yahweh...
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Israelites Offer Gifts to Yahweh to Gain Strength Against Corruption
The primary religious rituals of Israelite religion involved sacrifices and offerings. The ritual system within the Israelite cult evolved around gifts and offerings that were presented before Yahweh. In examining the book of Leviticus, the sacrificial system of the Israelites can be identified. It is this sacrificial syste...
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