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Click for Printer Friendly Version Yahshua, Yehoshua, Y'shua, Yeshua, Iesous, Iesus Or Jesus The Sacred Name or True Name There has been much controversy about what the True Name or Sacred Name of the Messiah is, with all sorts of speculation and conjecture being taught as fact.
YHWH The personal Name of the Creator, revealed in the four letters Y od, H ay, W aw, H ay. Often seen transliterated as YAHWEH, it may be much more accurately transliterated as YAHUAH - simply because there is no letter in Hebrew exactly like our new letter, "W" (double - U). Would the Creator's Religion have a Greek name?
The fourth-century Roman Emperor Constantine believed that Jesus was the reincarnation of Apollo, the son of the Greek god Zeus. Most scholars have assumed that Constantine was mistaken. However, a newly revived ancient method of biblical exegesis suggests that Constantine was closer to the truth than "traditional assumptions" when it comes to "The Real Name of Jesus." This method of biblical interpretation comes from the teachings of Philo of Alexandria and are known as "Philo's Rules for Enigmas." Philo's method is fully explained at: http://www.thenazareneway.com/Philo's%20Rules%20for%20Allegory.htm This article contains recently discovered evidence that reveals "The Real Name of Jesus" was Yah-Zeus, the merging of the Hebrew god, YHWH a nd the Greco-Roman god Zeus
Transliteration study on the Name of the Messiah: yod-hay-uau-shin-ayin While studying the true Name, remember: Yahusha (or Yahushua ) isn't a Christian , and His Name isn't based on Greek, but Hebrew . "HESUS" is a Hebrew term, meaning "the horse" spelled hay-samek-uau-samek.
Yahweh, the Name of the Heavenly Father Importance of using the Name Yahweh - A huge list of scriptures declaring the importance of the Heavenly Father's Name. Commentary on Bible Prefaces. - Bible Prefaces reveal their reasons for taking the Father's name out of your bible. En Español
A "Bible Revelations" Presentation - Created 1998, updated 16 May 2010 Why were the Sacred Names removed from the Scriptures? - 7000 times in the Old Testament and 1000 times in the New Testament?
God Is Not God's Name God is not God's name. That's right.
© Copyright Double Portion Inheritance, March2010 There is a common argument that I hear lately that says that we do not need to pronounce the actual and literal name of our Heavenly Father or the Messiah’s name. These same people say that we only need to know of his character and that is what we are declaring when we call upon our Creator in the form of erroneous translations such as Jehovah & Jesus Christ, or vain titles such as Lord & God. These same people say that when our Messiah declared in John 5:43 that he had “ come in his Father’s name, ” that he did not mean his Father’s actual and literal name but only his authority. However, there are several flaws with this line of thinking. This line of reasoning comes from the idea that the word “name” in Hebrew is “shem” which literally means the following in the Hebrew Strong’s Concordance:
Because of the detailed nature of the below graphics, they will take a while to load unless you are on a fast connection. Below are 2 examples of where the Tetragrammaton has been found in ancient copies of the Septuagint. The Septuagint is a 3rd to 2nd Century BCE Greek translation of the Hebrew Scriptures. The below fragments are evidence that the Septuagint originally contained the name Yahweh . The first is an ancient fragment of the Septuagint dated between 50 BCE and 50 CE (AD).
Yahweh Yahweh ( Hebrew : יהוה , YHWH - the unvocalised YHWH is the only form that appeared in Hebrew before 800 CE, and Yahweh is a modern "best guess" scholarly convention), also Yahu , is a god in ancient Semitic religion and notably the god of Israel in the Hebrew Bible . The Bible describes Yahweh as the one true God who delivered Israel from Egypt and gave the Ten Commandments : "Then God spoke all these words. He said, ‘I am Yahweh your God who brought you out of Egypt, where you lived as slaves.
YaHuWaH or Yehovah? Which one is correct? First learn what is below, then go there... By Robert G.