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Early Israelite Religion – Not only YHWH

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The Book of Judges reflects considerable diversity in the premonarchical religion of Israel, and this is confirmed by archaeology. The final editors of the Hebrew Bible (OT) had a rather idealistic view of religious conditions—the Levites led the other tribes in the worship of Yahweh, which contrasted sharply with the idolatry of the Canaanites. Once we get behind the editorial framework of the compilers, however, we find a far more complex situation.

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May 11, 2009
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Ancient Canaanites Religion – 1

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Linguistically, the ancient Semites have been broadly classified into Eastern and Western groups. The Eastern group is represented most prominently by Akkadian, the language of the Assyrians and Babylonians, who inhabited the Tigris and Euphrates river valleys. The Western group is further broken down into the Southern and Northern groups.

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May 19, 2009
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Ancient Canaanites Religion – 2 / Asherah-Astarte

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Asherah – Atiratu – Aš?r?h -Atirat – Ilatu – Ilat – Elt – Atrt – All?t

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May 20, 2009
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ANE – Ebla / 2 – End

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Eblaite language

Eblaite language (also known as Eblan) is an extinct, perhaps East Semitic language, which was spoken in the 3rd. millennium BCE in the ancient city of Ebla, in modern Syria. It is considered to be the oldest written Semitic language. The language, closely related to Akkadian, is known from about 17,000 tablets written with cuneiform script which were found between 1974 and 1976 in the ruins of the city of Ebla (Tell Mardikh).

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Theophyle
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May 28, 2009
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The Golden Calf Story

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While Moses was up on Mt. Sinai receiving the “first edition” of the Ten Commandments, the people down below grew impatient and asked Aaron, Moses’ brother, to make them another god to lead them. Aaron instructed the people to rip off their gold earrings, which, the text tells us explicitly and unambiguously, “he made into a molten calf” (Exodus 32:4)—the famous Golden Calf. “These,” the people responded, “are your gods, O Israel, who brought you out of the land of Egypt!”

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July 31, 2009
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