I don't find "YHWH" alluded to.This is taught in Acts 2:21 and Romans 10:13.
As above. There is no allusion to "YHWH" in either of the above passages. What you are referring to is the Qere & Ketiv convention adopted by the Jews of referring to YHWH as Lord. The distinction between YHWH and Lord is clearly denoted in Ps 110:1, which you won't address. YHWH and Lord are clearly two different persons in Ps 110:1.I didn't bring this passage up. You are trying to hide from the two that I have (see above) because they refute your heresy.
Your attempt failed.
The inability to harmonize the cardinal singularity of God in heaven (Deut 6:4) with the revelation of the Son as plainly distinct from the Father disqualifies you from being any kind of serious theologian. As I said, you belong to the "joker" class of theologian.Stop runninhg away from Acts 2:21 and Romans 10:13.
Thanks again for making this easy for me, heretic.