World Destiny Org
This link provides a lot of fascinating independent history compiled by historians, archealogists and scholars who research and study the many extinct
cultures in the region.
Quite a bit of it dates to pre-Old Testament history and how the people of the region interacted, viewed and what they new about the ancient people
that would become to be known to most through the Old Testament and New Testament as the Hebrews and Judeans.
This is likely a more accurate reflection than Biblical text for one who wants to take a purely scholarly approach to better understanding the complex
situation that still lingers today in quite a bit of controversy between competing sects.
There is no disputing Hebrews do not actually name their Lord but simply write G-d. This was true in ancient times as well and the peoples of the
region who dealt with them in commerce, trade, warfare and politics all had their own oppinions regarding them and none of those peoples believed that
the Habiru/Hapiri only had one G-d but several.
Many of the different nations and cultures conducting trade and commerce shared some of the regional G-ds and Treaties were often signed between such
nations as to which G-ds were to be officially recognized and given respect to, even if one chose not to worship any or one of them.
The names Yahweh or Jehovah appear nowhere in any of these independent accounts having to do with local history and politics and religion of that day.
The G-d Yahwehsi does though who was the Patron G-d in the Canaanite Family of G-ds to Pirates, Mercenaries and Thieves.
I am not religious and my own interest and knowledge simply stems from a love of history.
My own personal oppinion is though that as the evidence is overwhelming still to this day that the Hebrews and Judeans never speak the name of their
Lord amongst themselves though and in reference to their Lord simply write G-d that they have never, and likely will never reveal the name of their
G-d(s) to anyone, and it is perhaps only known to a select group of Elders who only pass the name(s) to one another orally.
Based on that it is entirely possible when weighted with the further evidence that the Hebrew/Judean religion did not and does not believe Christ was
the son of their G-d or even a prophet of that G-d or G-ds and the Muslims believe that the Hebrews and Judeans broke their covenent with G-d and that
Jesus is one of a few very significant Holy Prophets of their G-d, that a mass deception has been visited upon those of the Christian faiths.
I do not put this forth as an argument or debate nor wish anyone to quote scripture in their attempt or desire to dismiss such things. As I said I am
not religious and how you wish to believe is no business of mine as long as no one is attempting to force me to believe it.
I only put this forward for those who have an interest in the history of the region and the peoples that was not compiled to suit a religious agenda,
bent or end.