Amen. Clear as a bell. Sometimes a single well-written phrase can capture the full essence of an issue. This was written in 1917 by the Baptist Henry Clay Mabie (1847-1918)."the imagined pagan Yahweh of the destructive critics"
The Unshaken Kingdom (1917)
Providence Grounded in Redemption
Henry Clay Mabie
The men with insight knew even then, they were not buffeted by the pseudo-scholars.
Note .. not just wrong .. "imagined, pagan".
The article that includes the unfolding name concepts, in their proper usage with Jehovah.
In the Old Testament there are seven compound names of Jehovah that cover the whole life of the redeemed people. These are Jehovah-jireh (Genesis 23 :14), meaning redemption and providence, Jehovah-rapha, the Lord that healeth (Exodus 15:26), Jehovah-nissi, the Lord our banner (Exodus 17:8-15), Jehovah-shalom, the Lord our peace (Judges 6 : 24), Jehovah-raah, the Lord my shepherd (Psalm 23:1), Jehovah-tsidkenu, the Lord our righteousness (Jeremiah 26:6), and Jehovah-shammah, the Lord is present (Ezekiel 48:35); the last referring to the final city of God, the New Jerusalem, when the great work of redemption will be complete and God's abiding presence shall be our light forever. p. 36