Jehovah? – The Tetragrammaton

In the Old Testament, the proper name of God is revealed to Moses on Mount Sinai. Known as the Tetragrammaton—Greek for “four-letter word”—it consists of four Hebrew consonants: yod, he, vav, and he. These are variously transliterated as JHVH, JHWH, YHWH, or YHVH. Although contention still exists today, many scholars accept the pronunciation as either “Yahweh” Or “Jehovah.” The name is regarded by Jews as ineffable—too sacred to be pronounced. When reading, what substitute is used? More…



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