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List all The Bibles you know of that use "Jehovah" in the O.T. and/or N.T.
04-28-2017, 06:58 PM
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RE: List all The Bibles you know of that use "Jehovah" in the O.T. and/or N.T.
(04-28-2017 06:48 PM)Yefet Wrote:  
Quote:If you speak Hebrew, that's fine. But in the U.S., the language is English, where the "j" is used and pronounced! That's like saying, "There's no 'John', it's 'Ian' ". Whatever language you speak, names (and words) vary.

I speak Hebrew, Yiddish and English, I am from Chicago actually it doesn't matter where one is from or what language one speaks, Jews do not pronounce the Name, thus Hashem, or Adonai but never a proper noun, over time we are not even sure how it would be pronounced anyway . Even if we knew, which we don't , we would not attempt to pronounce it, as I said Goyum uses a different language and proclaim that this or that is the proper name when in Hebrew the J or Ja sound does not even exist in Hebrew or Aramaic , the one thing we are sure of is Jehovah a Latin translation and is impossible to pronounce in Hebrew, Yiddish or Aramaic, even if it was not forbidden to pronounce Hashems name because none of us are Temple priests anyway, to us Tim, Bruce or Jehovah any other name carries about the same weight, it is not his proper name period

There is no J in Latin. Jehovah may have come about from trying to pronounce the Name with the vowel markings for Adonai, as it appears in the Masoretic Text. The early biblical scholars who actually looked at the Hebrew scriptures instead of the Latin Vulgate were German. In German J is pronounced as Y. The letter Y is rarely used in German. English speakers of course pronounced the German J as an English J. And so Jehovah.

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04-28-2017, 07:33 PM
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RE: List all The Bibles you know of that use "Jehovah" in the O.T. and/or N.T.
Try pronouncing the J or Ja sound in Hebrew, it would be easier to speak with mashed potatoes in your mouth
Its not the letter its the sound, it doesn't exist in Hebrew and as I said The tetragrammaton is a verb, in Hebrew you may as well call living, Steve or bob, it sounds that silly when they use Jehovah as a name
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05-19-2017, 05:34 PM (This post was last modified: 05-19-2017 05:37 PM by Ari-Eta'Ur-MA.)
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The reason that Jews do not pronounce the Tettragramaton (spelling?) nor do they pronounce the letters in their order is because together they mean "Hand of Destruction" or "to FALL". When using this name a being is calling on a fallen being.

The reason that those practicing Judaism do not pronounce the "Four Letters" or name them in the sequence they are written in the test is because those four letters called (the tetragrammaton) translate into:
"THE HAND OF DESTRUCTION"
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05-20-2017, 03:41 AM (This post was last modified: 05-20-2017 03:43 AM by Anglican.)
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The reason Jews don't pronounce the Tetragrammaton is that they regard God's name as being too sacred to be pronounced.

YHWH is a form of the verb "to be" (Exodus 3.14)
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05-21-2017, 09:50 AM
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God confounded man with many languages but He hears you what ever tongue you would speak.

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