Comment: So let me get this straight.

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So let me get this straight.

So let me get this straight. Do you actually believe that a CIA agent wrote this article on wikipedia on Yaweh, and littered it with fake sources? Or are the sources also CIA? Let us hear your thoughts.

Here were the first 5 references. The page numbers are even noted. If you believe these academics are wrong, or were misrepresented, you are free to make an argument to that effect.

McDermott, John J. (2002). Reading the Pentateuch: A Historical Introduction. Paulist Press.

Grabbe, Lester (2010). "'Many nations will be joined to YHWH in that day': The question of YHWH outside Judah". In Stavrakopoulou, Francesca; Barton, John. Religious diversity in Ancient Israel and Judah. Continuum International Publishing Group.

Hackett, Jo Anne (2001). ""There Was No King In Israel": The era of the Judges". In Coogan, Michael David. The Oxford History of the Biblical World. Oxford University Press.

Wyatt, Nicolas (2010). "Royal Religion in Ancient Judah". In Stavrakopoulou, Francesca; Barton, John. Religious diversity in Ancient Israel and Judah. Continuum International Publishing Group.

Sommer, Benjamin D. (2011). "God, names of". In Berlin, Adele; Grossman, Maxine L. The Oxford Dictionary of the Jewish Religion. Oxford University Press.