JeHoVaH, YaHWeh and the Lord-Jesus: A study in the history of doctrine anent God’s name JHVH

Yet that problem is not really critical, provided such Je:hvih and Jehevih, like JeHoVah and YaHWeH, are nevertheless still to be derived from the participles or the imperfect tense of the verb "to be" (hayyah).   The theory that these renditions are to be derived rather from the vowels in ’E:lohiym, would then rest more on Judaistic presuppositions than on semantics. Unless, of course, one were to regard Jehovah ’E:lohiym as being equivocal even from Genesis 2:4 onward.   And that, in turn, would then open up some very interesting and still deeper perspectives.