One of two seal impressions found with the name of Immadiyaw, meaning "YHWH is with me." Nelson Glueck / School of Biblical Archaeology

Israelites in Biblical Dan Worshipped Idols – and Yahweh Too, Archaeologists Discover

Finds in the northern biblical city of Dan suggest that even if King Jeroboam pushed worship of golden calves and goat demons to spite Jerusalem, there was a big YHWH temple

The Ten Tribes living in the Kingdom of Israel during the 8th century B.C.E. practiced a mixed religion, but contrary to the conventional wisdom among biblical scholars, their main deity was Yahweh after all,...

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