Richard Hawkins posted a comment · Aug 21, 2021
Dr Brown correctly says that Yehovia should be read as Adonai, but fails to mention that Adonai contains the vowel sounds A O AI and if you add YHVH, you get Yahovai, not Yehowah/Yehovah. Another thought is that David is pronounced David not Dawid. So the name of God would have a V sound in it not a W sound. Nehemiah Gordon's argument is that you never see Yahweh written with vowels in scripture, but yet there are thousands of very ancient manuscripts with Yehovah spelled out prior to when they were afraid of saying the name and started writing Yahovai, which is read as Adonai.
Dennis Sweatman posted a comment · Nov 17, 2017
Have you read Nehemiah Gordon's book "The Name Concealed, Now Revealed "? He goes through a long explanation to say that the Name is pronounced "Yehovah". Comments??
Ken posted a comment · Mar 03, 2017
Excellent article, thanks. I feel we should not offend Jews who revere God and His commandments by attempting to pronounce His name. An exciting thought I had when was that when Jesus returns and is our rightful High Priest, NOT the one purporting to be, He will once again pronounce that Holy name in Jerusalem. Just another reason for us to do all we can to speed up that glorious day.