So I'm gonna sum this video up as best I can to try to simplify what I need to respond to, or better yet I'll respond to what stood out most to me. It'd be ideal for me that you summarized what you wanted me to speak on or at least point out some specifics
One thing was the reference of Deuteronomy 5:7. But what is the video claiming by this reference? Is it an attempt show that the religion at that point was polytheism? What is he saying from (11:29-11:33), sounds like "Indicates that even josias
believed in the existence of other Gods"? And is he claiming right afterward that Judaism was originally Monolatrist Polytheism?
Judaism has always been monotheistic, some Israelites however would join with various local cults surrounding them in worshipping of other gods. That law was given to them, the astray-ed Israelites. Baal was one of them, he can be considered a competitor at the time
"Other gods" is the equivalence of idols everywhere its seen in the Bible
One thing about the video is that I often found myself responding to something said in it only to be told why I couldn't respond that way moments afterward because so and so says that something was revised
For example, the video referencing Isaiah 44:6 as the birth of monotheism(13:25-13:33). I'm thinking to myself, "so what about similar verses that appear way before this?". Only thereafter the guy says basically that every similar verse that comes before this one was a revision. Then I'm thinking to myself, "okay, now I have to look for his source that makes him believe that every single verse thats similar to that one was revised once this one came about"
Theres some specifics you want me to cover so point them out. Even better would be a paraphrase. I'll always respond unless I come out and say I won't. Respect my time and I will yours
EDIT: "Judaism has always been monotheistic". I originally had "Judaism was originally henotheistic"
Other gods are certainly mentioned/prohibited, but only in the context that other people worshiped them(idols), not that they were actually believed to have existed (in the Torah, by faithful Israelites)
Then again, this all goes back to their claim of what was revised...