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  1. A bit off but not really. As in German the wolks Vagon VW because we supposedly say the letter sounds backwards in English. Native Americans name for “Great Spirit” is how our state of Iowa was named. Could it have been Yehowa anciently? The native Americans from Yoncalla Oregon are almost Karaites. Same “health ” laws with washing, “moon hut” for women same 10 Commandments meaning not wording as its a different language. They have a 7 day feast/celebration during the full moon of July (7th month). It appears to be from right after the tower of Babel pre Mosaic sacrifices. As it says in Genesis Abraham kept his commandments and feast day. Curiously the Nimrod religion (Catholic) got to this continent anciently as well. Istel (EEstel like Easter the Sumerian fertility goddess) has a temple at Chichin Itza in Mexico where the fertility symbol is the sea turtle (which make much more sense to me than an egg laying rabbit). The triune “god” when Spaniards arrived some were surprised to see the what they thought were Mary and Jesus. The beginning of time after the great flood is about 50 years off from my understanding of Biblical chronology.

    I am only somewhat familiar with other Native American religions but many of them are very similar to what I think Karaites are, religiously. The only Karaite I actually know is Nehemia and we’ve met once so…

    Also wondering if anyone has a copy of an old book “Jesus was a Karaite” I can’t remember the author. I read it from the Douglas County Oregon Library in 1985?

  2. I downloaded a copy if an interlinear bible and above the YHVH it has the Strongs Concordance reference number h3068 hypertext link where it says that the phonetic pronunciation is Yehovah but is translated as Yaweh. Strange!

  3. As a Jehovah’s Witness I was surprised to read your comment Pete. But in case I had somehow misunderstood the subject I have again read the Insight article on the pronunciation of the divine name and also watched the June 2015 JW broadcast on the subject. Both acknowledge, as does Nehemia, that many scholars prefer using Yahweh as the divine name. However, at no point in these sources, can it ever be said that the Watchtower organization “went with consensus of other scholars that it’s probably Yahweh.” In fact the Insight book states that “there seems to be no reason for abandoning in English the well-known form ‘Jehovah’ in favor of some other suggested pronunciation.”

    While acknowledging that it is unlikely that ‘Jehovah’ would represent the original sound of God’s name as uttered by the Hebrew prophets, over the last 140 years the Watchtower has consistently encouraged using the divine name. I listen with great pleasure to Nehemia’s findings, but it comes as absolutely no surprise to hear that his research leads to the conclusion I have always suspected: Yehovah likely is the pronunciation.

    P.S. The Insight book makes the point that if we are to insist upon using the precise pronunciation used in Hebrew, “to be consistent, changes should be made in the spelling and pronunciation of a host of other names found in the Scriptures: Jeremiah would be changed to Yir·meyahʹ, Isaiah would become Yeshaʽ·yaʹhu, and Jesus would be either Yehoh·shuʹaʽ (as in Hebrew) or I·e·sousʹ (as in Greek). The purpose of words is to transmit thoughts; in English the name Jehovah identifies the true God, transmitting this thought more satisfactorily today than any of the suggested substitutes.”

    • But it pulls away from the Hebraic sound of the name as there is no “J” in the Hebrew alphabet!
      In many subconscious minds it is more religiously correct the n to say Jehovah instead!

  4. Listened to the talk with Michael Oren. Fantastic witness testimony. I really love that conversation. I love Nehemia and have been inspired by his video on the Hebrew Gospel of Matthew to learn Hebrew myself, which I’m enjoying a lot.

    • Jehovah’s witnesses have been saying this about Thanksgiving for decades. And also believe in the earthly paradise and gods kingdom…thank you for showing so many these gems.

      • Sorry to correct you but the watchtower has never known the Hebrew name of God …look it up in the insight book …they went with consensus of other scholars that it’s probably Yahweh…as matter of fact they believe no one knows how exactly was the name pronounced in Hebrew watch the jw broadcast…they use the English form Jehovah because it’s more widely known. So it is false to say they always known.

          • And false… I grew up in the JW organisation, and I first heard this ‘yahweh’ invention come up about ten years ago. It NEVER came from JW’s, and NEVER would they even think of changing to that. I don’t walk with them because I have other philosophical beliefs that do not agree with them. I would suggest they read the ‘J’ as ‘Ye’ because it came from Greek and olde English where it WAS ‘Ye’ sound and the ‘Jay’ sound has only been used for a bit over 100 years. Yehovah is the name of the Creator, and JW’s I have spoken to agree with this. NONE support this ‘yahweh’ English made up ‘name’.

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