Originally posted by truejew
Originally posted by arpgme
reply to post by truejew
I don't get it, doesn't the bible specifically says YHVH, so how can it be Ehjeh?
By the way YHVH was the name of the ancient Canaanite war god WAAY before the ble was written. There are even ancient coins dedicated to this
Lonesome, I'd YHVH means behold the nailed hand, what does Sin, and Satan mean using this same method What about Heaven (ShMayim ) ?
3-11-2012 by arpgme because: (no reason given)
No, the Bible says Ehjeh Asher Ehjeh which the KJV translates as I am that I am.
I Am that I Am
I also tried to get you to talk to Dr. Michael Brown and yet you refuse, obviously you're afraid to know the truth.
Not to mention, as me and others have tried to tell you repeatedly, Jesus is the english rendition of the greek Iesous (Yay-Soos) which is similiar to
the aramaic Yeshua (Yeh-shoo-ah).
Some even say Iesous from which you take "Jesus from" means "hail Zeus". Remember the first gentile christians were greek, and the closest thing
they could associate the Son of God with would be the half human half god demigod Heracles.
"They (the Graeco-Roman World) had
worshipped Zeus as the supreme deity.
Their savior was Zeus, so now they
were ready to accept Jehoshua as Jesus
- Iesous, meaning - hail Zeus. Now our
translated scriptures say that Jahwah's
(Jehovah's)Son's name is Jesus, which is
a compound word made up of Ie and Zeus
-The Origin of Christianity
by A.B. Traina
"In the 1611 KJ New Testatment
the name Yahshua (Yehoshua) appeared
originally wherever the Messiah was
spoken of. Yehoshua means Yehovah's
(Jehovah's) Salvation. Later the
Messiah's name was replaced with Iesus
(Greek) which later in the 1600's it
became Jesus starting with the new
English letter "J" which was introduced
at that time. Further, the Greek "Iesus"
comes from the name Zeus, the ruling God
in the Greek pantheon."
-Gospel of The Kingdom
True Names and Title
Dr. Henry Clifford Kinley
1931 - Ohio USA
So you see, i can pull up all kinds of stuff too. Still feel like hailing Zeus?