posted on Oct, 6 2015 @ 04:15 PM
a reply to: SirPaulMuaddib
You wrote: "There is no question the psalmist here understands that there are two Gods, otherwise he would not have used Elohim in verse twelve..."
Actually Psalm 110 states: YHWH said to my Lord (Adonai, 'my lord i.e.the king), sit down at my right hand until I make your enemies s stool for your
YHWH (Yahweh) is represented in the King James Version as THE LORD; whereas ADONAI (My Lord) can refer to the king in this context. At Qumran and in
other writings, 'Adonai' was also considered to be Messianic, where a Daviddic king would overthrow the gentiles in the last days..
ELOHIM (represented in KJV English as 'God") is the plural of Eloah (used in the Book of Job), but governs a singular verb e.g. Bereshiht ELOHIM BARA
hashamayim vehaaretz" = 'when Elohim [he began to] create the heavens and the earth'
The Rebbes teach that there is one Greater YHWH and one Lesser YHWH (i.e. Metatron, 'the one who stands beside the throne chariot') and this lesser
YHWH also in Rabinninc writings have Messianic overtones (Jews today are still waiting for their Messiah to put in an appearance...
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