Mostly so people will know who I am talking about.
Did you know the Jews and Arabs are brothers with the same Father?
My understanding of Muslim faith is that they believe the writings of Moses (the Torah), and that Allah is the God of these writings, the God that when asked by Moses in the book of Exodus, what are we to call you, gave his name "יהוה" (Strongs 1961). which is transliterated to yeh-ho-vaw' or Yahweh and a ton of other pronunciations depending on your country of reference.
One would think that a god that compiled a collection of books that one could run a thread through would be more exact about the pronunciation of his very name.
It calls to question the very assumption that a thread could be run through that compilation.
Apparently it's a conspiracy. Past religions have removed God's name so we can't get close to him. . .
InfraBlue wrote:The issue of pronunciation is of little significance when compared to the issues of his sovereignty and human integrity. He has endured considerably more, as has all of humanity, for the sake of that name and the purpose it defines.One would think that a god that compiled a collection of books that one could run a thread through would be more exact about the pronunciation of his very name.
InfraBlue wrote:And yet, here we are.It calls to question the very assumption that a thread could be run through that compilation.
God has many titles, including Almighty, Creator, and Lord. (Job 34:12; Ecclesiastes 12:1; Daniel 2:47) But has he given himself a name?
If God has a Personal Name, then why has Religion tried to hide it by removing his Name from the Bible some 7,000 times?
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"This is what you are to say to the Israelites, ‘Jehovah the God of your forefathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, has sent me to you.’ This is my name forever, and this is how I am to be remembered from generation to generation." (Exodus 3:15)
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Wow, the JW's deploy spambots.
He got pissed off at Moses for even asking. What's in a name anyway? Does a spirit have vocal cords?