Last night, our church family gazed upward and listened with reverence to the King of nations (Jeremiah 10:7). My Cambridge KJV retains all the translators’ senses and crossreferences in the margins. By verse 7, I have Psalm 89:6 and Revelation 15:4.
So placing all three references side by side in the KJV, who do LDS think this King is?
Let’s move down to Jeremiah 10:11. It is an Aramaic antipolytheistic saying – the only Aramaic saying in the whole book of Jeremiah. The critics refer to it as a gloss. In fact, they won’t give credit to Jeremiah as the author for a good portion of Jeremiah 10.
What do you think? I just finished reading the yellow dart’s post on radical monotheism a few minutes ago.
Here is the theological battle waged within the I-15 corridor. Which “Christianity” has the proper understanding of God? The anti-polytheist? Or the anti-monotheist?
Who exactly is the anti-monotheist Todd?
There are more ways to define “monotheism” than just metaphysical monotheism.
An anti-monotheist is one who is an anti to the only God that I care about and worship as found within Scripture.
In Jeremiah 10, the prophet is preaching to us to not be disciples of the ancient near eastern religions.