7 edition of Jesus and Yahweh found in the catalog.
October 6, 2005 by Riverhead Hardcover .
Written in English
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The book is his rumination on the "characters" of Jesus and Yahweh from a literary, cultural and religious perspective.
The main reason for my caveat is that this book seemed sloppily tossed off in stream of consciousness by: 8. In the book Jesus and Yahweh, Bloom explores the characterizations of three characters from the Bible.
These are Yeshua of Nazareth, Jesus Christ the Theological God, and Yahweh, the God who shows human traits. In this text, Bloom argues that Yeshua, Jesus Christ, and Yahweh are incompatible with one another/5. The book is his rumination on the "characters" of Jesus and Yahweh from a literary, cultural and religious perspective.
The main reason for my caveat is that this book seemed sloppily tossed off in stream of consciousness mode.4/5(49). For all its mellow interludes, Yahweh and Jesus is a roaring outburst of a book-but, for this reader, a rewarding outburst. Bloom has a reputation for irascibility, but he is rollicking company on the page.
From the darkest depths, there comes ever a cackle. Thus, for him, Yahweh resembles Shakespeare’s Cleopatra. Jesus and Yahweh: The Names Divine by Harold Bloom (6-Oct) Hardcover on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Jesus and Yahweh: The Names Divine by Harold Bloom (6-Oct) Hardcover.
Allah, Jesus, and Yahweh: The Gods That Failed deals with the moral and intellectual damage caused by religion the subject of many of today's headlines.
There have been at least five major religious invasions from Asia into Europe/5(11). Jesus and Yahweh: The Names Divine out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews. vpfluke on LibraryThing: More than 1 year ago: This a provocative book. Bloom wants to look at Jesus and Yahweh, as lieterature personalities of the New and Old Testaments.
The results are inconsistnt, but worth reading to see a different cast on the divine /5(5). Allah, Jesus and Yahweh: The Gods That Failed by Gordon Harrison is a page book.
It starts from a first person perspective, and uses quotes and dialogue from several different well-known people and events from history. Each continued the 4/5. 'Jesus and Yahweh: The Names Divine' Decem • In his new book, Jesus and Yahweh: The Names Divine, Yale professor and literary critic Harold Bloom wrestles with the meaning of God's.
YAHWEH was the Holy One of Israel. 4 As a Pharisee, 5 Paul knew this text very well. He knew exactly what he was saying: Jesus of Nazareth is YAHWEH. Pause and feel the weight of that statement. Paul once approved of the execution of those who claimed such things. 6 He would one day die for proclaiming it.
JESUS AND YAHWEH. The Names Divine. by Bloom will also surely get a rise from the Christian devout with his almost throwaway suggestions that Jesus likely escaped crucifixion and traveled to India, and that the Gospel of Thomas has more credibility than the Synoptic Gospels of the Bible.
As provocative as Bloom attempts to be, this book. In his new book, Jesus and Yahweh: The Names Divine, Yale professor and literary critic Harold Bloom wrestles with the meaning of God's covenant with the Hebrew people.
Bloom discusses his own troubled feelings about the Hebrew God Yahweh with Debbie Elliott. A detail from the cover of Harold Bloom's book. The book's approach is as a character study of 3 fascinating characters: the historical Yeshua (Jesus, in Greek) of Nazareth; the divinity his followers either realized him to be or made him into, Jesus the Christ; and the God of the Hebrew scriptures, by: 8.
Jesus and Yahweh is a thrilling and mind-opening read. It is paradigm-changing literary criticism that will challenge and illuminate Jews and Christians alike, and is sure to be one of the most discussed, debated, and celebrated books of the year/5(4).
Hermetic Philosophy, Book Two. Why is Christ designated as the symbol of spirituality. Because Jesus was the most distingushed member of the "Magician's Fraternity" (the Magi), prepared specifically for his mission to make Christ incarnate in himself.
Jesus and Christ were two different persons; one was human, the other divine. Jesus And Yahweh: Bloom, Harold: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart.
Books Go Search Hello Select your 4/5(13). Yale’s distinguished literary critic and more-than-amateur, but less-than-professional religionist Harold Bloom treats readers to a profoundly humane internal dialogue between Yeshua (Jesus) of Nazareth, Jesus Christ, and Yahweh.
To this central cast, Bloom adds other characters and names along the way: God the Father, the Ein-Sof of mystical Jewish Kabbalah, the American Jesus. Jesus is Not a Translation of the Name Yahweh.
Jesus is actually an English name that derives from the Hebrew name Yeshua (also Yehoshua or Joshua), not Yahweh. To call the second Person of the Trinity by the name of Yahweh, rather than Jesus, fails to acknowledge His incarnation and atoning work.
In the book Jesus and Yahweh, Bloom explores the characterizations of three characters from the Bible. These are Yeshua of Nazareth, Jesus Christ the Theological God, and Yahweh, the God who shows human traits. In this text, Bloom argues that Yeshua, Jesus Christ, and Yahweh are incompatible with one another%(8).
Yahweh declares his unknowability, Jesus Christ is totally smothered beneath the massive superstructure of historical theology, and of Yeshua all we rightly can say is. Jesus and Yahweh The Names Divine (Book): Bloom, Harold: Penguin PutnamHarold Bloom has written about religion and the Bible throughout his career, but now, with Jesus and Yahweh, he has written what may well be his most explosive, and important, book yet.
There is very little evidence of the historical Jesus-who he was, what he said. As Bloom writes, There is not a sentence concerning Jesus. Allah, Jesus, and Yahweh takes a deeper view of time and a more humorous Mark Twain narrative approach than these authors.
It begins in September BC at the Battle of Marathon—the first Asiatic religious invasion—and moves through history right up to Ayaan Hirsi Ali and beyond. Unlike David or Moses, or even Yahweh, Jesus is not depicted as a realistic character with the typical mix of positive and negative.
Yahshua is a proposed transliteration of the original Hebrew name of the Messiah (Hebrew: יהושע), also referred to in modern times as Jesus.
The name means Yahweh (Yah) is salvation (Shua) [Acts ]. 2 Language of the New Testament. 3 Yahshua, Yeshua, or Jesus. Using the term Jesus. Using the term Yeshua. It may surprise you to discover that “Yahweh” is the only Name God told us to proclaim to the world. This is an irrefutable fact—a fact you will understand perfectly by the time you finish reading this book.
Even more, most Christians have no idea that Jesus is Yahweh and that we have salvation in the Name “Yahweh.”File Size: KB. Jesus And Yahweh: Harold Bloom: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart.
Books Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas New Releases 5/5(1). JESUS AND YAHWEH. The Names Divine. By Harold Bloom. Riverhead Books. $ When I was an undergraduate at Yale 20 years ago, Harold Bloom was the pre-eminent literary presence on campus.
The questions appears to accept that Jesus and God the Father are to be treated as separate persons in the Trinity, but asks for the biblical basis for concluding that Jesus is Yahweh, not the doctrinal basis for any such conclusion.
In the following analysis I will refer to YHWH or Yahweh, but the English translation, Jehovah, is equally. Jesus and Yahweh: The Names Divine The book at times is a very strenuous read, because one needs to be familiar with Bloom's other works to assist one's understanding.
I have read several of Bloom's works and found this one to be right on par with all of them. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Jesus and Yahweh: The Names Divine by Harold Bloom (, Paperback) at the best online prices at.
Did Jesus Speak the Name Yahweh. PREFACE. This study is an examination of points raised by the sacred name movement to support the teaching that Jesus said the name Yahweh. Including the introduction and the conclusion, the study is divided into seven sections.
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In my book  I demonstrate that his reasoning can also be seen to demonstrate that Yahweh is Marduk, and that is something he certainly wants to deny. It is a question of the point of view. It is a question of the point of view.
This book will come in purple color, the green is currently out of stock A modern day miracleIf a book could speak to recount its arduous journey to reach the hands of its reader, then The Book of Yahweh would have an amazing tale to recount.
From the earliest writings of. Jesus and Yahweh The Names Divine. Harold Bloom Hardcover: Riverhead, Using his skills as a literary critic, Harold Bloom examines the character of Jesus, noting the logical flaws throughout the Gospels, and the character of Yahweh, finding that he has more in common with Mark's Jesus than he does with God the Father of the Christian and later rabbinic Jewish.
The Word Yahweh Implies A Relationship He is Yahweh only to those who have a relationship with Him. The name Yahweh is used throughout the Old Testament with compound words that describe something of His character. He Is The Lord Who Provides Yahweh is the providing God. And Abraham called the name of the place, The-Lord-Will-Provide (Genesis Get this from a library.
Jesus and Yahweh: the names divine. [Harold Bloom] -- There is very little evidence of the historical Jesus--who he was, what he said.
As Bloom writes, "There is not a sentence concerning Jesus in the entire New Testament composed by anyone who ever had. Read "Allah, Jesus, and Yahweh The Gods That Failed" by Gordon Harrison available from Rakuten Kobo.
Freedom is the keystone for happiness, democracy, and Western Civilization. Without it, you may as well live in present- 4/5. Jesus and Yahweh: The Names Divine by Harold Bloom starting at $ Jesus and Yahweh: The Names Divine has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace2/5(2).
Jesus and Yahweh The Names Divine (Book): Bloom, Harold: Harold Bloom has written about religion and the Bible throughout his career, but now, with Jesus and Yahweh, he has written what may well be his most explosive, and important, book yet.
There is very little evidence of the historical Jesus-who he was, what he said. As Bloom writes, There is not a sentence concerning Jesus. 'Cons Who Rule a Ruined World' Literary critic Harold Bloom, whose latest book analyzes Jesus and Yahweh, offers his thoughts on God and faith.
Beliefnet. Harold Bloom’s new book Jesus and Yahweh: The Names Divine is way out there, “beyond category,” a sort of holy romp across the peaks of theology and literature.
Do we know anybody else who would undertake confidently to explain that the God of the Hebrew Bible is to Jesus of Mark’s Gospel what King Lear is to Hamlet? The book's approach is as a character study of 3 fascinating characters: the historical Yeshua (Jesus, in Greek) of Nazareth; the divinity his followers either realized him to be or made him into, Jesus the Christ; and the God of the Hebrew scriptures, Yahweh/5(2).