avanzyl posted a comment · Feb 16, 2017
Please do not bite my head of! I am also just interest in finding the correct pronunciation for the true name of "Jesus". I have found this on what looks like a very reliable site "V and W developed into their modern sounds within the last 700 years from the Hebrew UAU and Greek UPSILON, both shaped Y. The main confusion over these letters is caused by their modern shapes. What we read today as a “V” used to sound like our modern “U”. Please verify this using several online encyclopedias and other sources, because even the sources are in conflict on some of the details. The Tetragrammaton is therefore more accurately rendered as YHUH, standing for the 4 letters YOD-HAY-UAU-HAY. When we spell the Creator’s Name with English letters as YAHUWAH, then we are tripling the third letter of His Name, because the “W” is literally two U’s: YOD-HAY-UAU-UAU-UAU-HAY (only one “U” is really needed, YAHUAH). Many words used to have two U's in them, such as the term "lituus". It's a Latin thing that was brought over into our English." http://www.fossilizedcustoms.com/w.html
Roy posted a comment · Feb 05, 2017
I have to disagree with you, the name of the messiah is found to be יהושוע as its seen that he has the same name as "Joshua" of the Tanak. Also the name meaning of the messiah is said to be "יה is salvation" or "יה saves" in which "יה" is shortened from "יהוה" and saves come from "ישע" which just means salvation. In which "ישע" is pronounced Yeshua so that cant be the name of the messiah. Its "יהושוע" which is pronounced "Yĕhowshuwa" or "Yahushua" meaning "Yah is salvation" the same name given to other people in the Tanak.
Christina889 posted a comment · Jan 30, 2017
As long as your heart, your spirit knows which name of The Lord you're calling, that name is The correct name. Jesus or Yeshua should be used since we don't want to make fun of the name of The Lord, into Yahshua etc. I pray /talk to The Lord in 4 languages (not referring to "speaking in tongues" here) and His Name is referred to in different sounds. Revere His Name by calling Him Jesus, Yeshua or in your own language. I agree that no "Yahshua" or such if that name carries no weight. The Lord's Name is powerful so why speak out meaningless name, unless one thought that is His real Name. At the end of the day, God looks at our heart/our intention.
nolimendez80 posted a comment · Jan 30, 2017
As the Bible says " If my people which are called by my name....". I think our creator wants him to be called by his name his true name. The name that was called by the prophets of the old testament that when he hear he answers and he even talked to them. If your name is Michael and someone called you Michelle will you answer? Just a simple logic isn't it?
tack67 posted a comment · Jan 02, 2017
His real name Iesus which changed to Ihesus . Spanish is a direct offspring of latin. The term hijo de Zeus = son of Zeus = Ihesus was not a name but a title that most Caesars claimed.
tack67 posted a comment · Jan 02, 2017
His real name Iesus which changed to Ihesus . Spanish is a direct offspring of latin. The term hijo de Zeus = son of Zeus +Ihesus was not a name but a title that most Caesars claimed.
Elena posted a comment · Dec 28, 2016
I came across your site after watching a video on YouTube last evening. After going to another site recommended by someone there, that linked to site after site espousing this idea that God and Jesus' names are false pagan ones and that the conspiracy hearkened back to the periods the Bible was written. Talk about a rabbit hole! And the thing is, not all of the sites agreed on the correct spelling or pronunciation of the names of God and Jesus. The site that struck me as most odd said that God's real name is only Yahuah and Jesus' real name is Yahosha (Yah because he's Yah's son and 'sha' because it means 'saves' while 'shua' means something like 'cry out'). I was reading along when I came across even more radical ideas and the judgment against those who don't agree with them was strong. The site even implied this was a salvational issue. I mean, if this idea is so radical and so deliberately hidden, then why would most Christians even know about it? The people who promote this idea also seem to forget that the Holy Spirit Intercedes for us during prayer. It was suggested on some of these websites that God might not even know us if we get his name wrong. At one point, my children may not have been able to pronounce my name exactly right, however, I didn't love them any less!
TheWarriorOfTruth posted a comment · Aug 14, 2016
No offense and I'm just asking, but did you read his post? His concrete explanation why it's not "Yahshua"? He has a Ph.d in Semitic Language, he is Armanian (which is a plus as well), and he studied Hebrew and made various Hebraic research for many years. I also asked some Jewish rabbis, and other people who have formal schooling and are experts on ancient Hebrew language; with illustrating to me through the original historic text, they all say the same thing; Yeshua, it is. I think if we try to technically evaluate, in the real world, they are more credible and reliable than what you seem to claim. However, I'm currently watching the classes that you said. Are these people from Israel, or are they Jew or Aramaic? Do they have a Ph.d degree in Semitic language? How are you so sure that they have the physical and original evidence backing up their claim? Are their any researched based formal books about Yahshua? If you can, please share it to me. Again, I'm not here to offend, I'm just asking and I want to be enlightened too. English is my secondary language by the way; hence, if my English sounds aggressive it just means I am limited by the words I know; thus, affects my grammar construction. :)
Yahgirl3 posted a comment · Aug 14, 2016
http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:http://www.plim.org... The true name is Yahweh Elohim Yahshua..If you need proof check out this link or just go on YouTube IDMR u could either watch arkport class or Lansing class spring field class or gatesclass. Anything you need so you could learn the truth. Yahshua bless
TheWarriorOfTruth posted a comment · Aug 13, 2016
Hi Dr. Brown. I hope you will answer my question. Some people claim that the Messiah's name is not "Yeshua", it's "Yahuah", since there's no letter "J" in the Hebrew language and also because Yeshua is Joshua, an English name. I honestly find this nonsensible and kind of annoying already for the fact that these "Yahuah" followers tend to claim that everyone who acknowledge the Messiah as Jesus is a follower of Babylon. I bet they bought the concept from a Pseudo article or blog. But I just want to know if you can still examine this claim?
Roberto Beruffi posted a comment · Jul 18, 2016
hnava My name may be Roberto, but my parents could have called me Robert. Dr Brown's name is Michael, but had he been born in Spain to Spanish speaking Jewish parents, then I dare say that his parents might have called him Miguel because the Spanish name for Michael is Miguel. The Hebrew name for Jesus is Yeshua, just as in Italian it is Gesù or Jezusi in Albanian. You do not need to translate the name Roberto into Robert, and I wouldn't want anyone to call me Robert, but it isn't wrong on improper for any English speaking parents to call their sons Robert, if they were to choose to do so.
hnava posted a comment · May 21, 2016
Hello Dr. Brown: As a Spanish translator with 15 years of experience (Im a Linguist as well), I have to disagree with you. You don't translate the name of person named Mike, as Miguel in a Spanish translation, he would still be Mike, unless it is only for adaptation for illustrution purposes, or maybe in fiction for a novel. Proper names in translations of real texts are hardly ever translated, because it would mean ripping the person of its identity. In translation words are not interchangeable, every word you choose for a translation has a profound meaning and impact on the person reading it. I believe the true name of God and his Son are very important, this is not a meaningless discussion as you seem to believe. For many people like myself, it has profound implications. So, I think the debate will continue and increase more and more. Thank you and God bless you.