Here’s a link to a short (and well done) overview of Chemosh in the Moabite Stone.
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I would ask Colin, but, I don’t have a Facebook account he requires.
Is it your view of a more accurate hermeneutic that the ancient OT Jewish authors did have a progression in their understanding of YHWH? That seems to be what Colin posits.
I ask due to reading some of Rene Girard’s views. The Girardian would say the texts where YHWH is posited like Chemosh in war against the Nephilim regions is a mis understanding of YHWH and the later writers had a superior understanding of Him. Pretty much they say if it’s causing death, YHWH really wasn’t in that.
I always felt like the OT was a progression, but, not in understanding YHWH, just seemed to me like there were more eschatological ideas later as opposed to early.