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“Yahweh/Yah. yhwh, the tetragrammaton because of its four letters, is, strictly speaking, the only proper name for God.” niqnaq says:
Both 2 Kings 11 and 1 Chronicles (especially chap. 24) connect Athaliah with Baal worship, even though her name contains the theophoric element yah [u] (yhwh), like the names of other figures in the story.
The 10 C have nothing to do with American law and we don't need to be told to have no other gods but jesus/yhwh.
Smith I guess the same as his father, or maybe ben-yhwh.
jan 13th, 2010 from pundita's blog. hmm ... does that mean yhwh wasn't watching out for his own? or, perish the thought, but yhwh has no control over quakes? is some other god in charge of quakes?