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Sep 6, 2021 at 20:23 comment added Dave @The Wayist - My response would need more than a comment. ‘Representation’ is an accepted Hebraic concept, and is somewhat difficult to express to suit [western] rational. To discuss the [biblical] difference/use of/between ‘in’ and ‘on’ needs a discussion [and agreement] over which ‘lens’ to use first.
Sep 6, 2021 at 13:01 comment added The Wayist One big problem with this is the text doesn't say that the angel of YHWH carrying the name (such as with the Ten Commandments) or something like that. It says the name is in him. This is like when the text says that YHWH will write his name on the saints — yet, the text says "in" and not "on". That isn't mere representation, as is the case with the saints. It is, in NT terms, " the exact representation of YHWH's nature". Moses saw the very form / appearance / image of YHWH when he saw the Angel: his face (Numbers 13:7-8). That seems to be the case, anyway. What would your response to this be?
Jul 24, 2021 at 13:49 comment added Olde English @user48152-I don't know who downvoted this A. It is somewhat hard to follow but the gist of it seems correct, so I feel confident enough to upvote it myself, it is not after all in contradiction to my own answer, so here we go.
Jul 23, 2021 at 22:04 comment added Steve Why the DV for this answer? anyone?
Jul 23, 2021 at 19:29 history answered Dave CC BY-SA 4.0