Black Spirituality Religion : Finally: The correct pronounciation of YHWH

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  1. Dual Karnayn

    Dual Karnayn Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Some of you who value a proper understanding of your religions be you Christian, Muslim, or Hebrew Israelite REALLY need to study Arabic.

    It gives so much insight on the true and original pronounciation and meaning of words that are often disputed in the West.

    It's also one of the closted languages to ancient Hebrew today of all the languages that exist today.




    The Hebrew word YHWH has been spelled and interpreted by Western scholars to be pronounced every whice way from Jehovah to Yaweh.

    None of these are the true pronounciations and translation of that word.


    It's correct pronounciations is YA-HOO-WAH

    Not Jehovah or Yaweh.


    It means : BEHOLD (ya) HE IS (hoowa)

    Not: "I am" or "Moon God" as popularly believed.
     
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    i have learnt from this.
     
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    YHVH ALHYM would be the closes we could come to the Name of GOD.
     
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    This is utterly absurd. *shakes head*
     
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    He *shakes his head* but offers no comment.
     
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    Not YHWH ALHYM (elohim).........

    But just YHWH ALH (elah).....

    Ya (behold) Hoowa (He is) Elah (god)

    Elah is singular for God while Elohim is plural meaning gods or God and His divine assembly.



    The Hebrew ELAH is the same as the Arabic ILAH.

    ALLAH is a contraction of Al (the) and Ilah (god)

    Thus Allah translates to THE GOD.
     
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    Cool, so Allah is the same GOD of the Old Testament.
    Remember when I asked you if Allah was the GOD of the Old Testament and you said you did not know?

    Why the sudden change of perception?
    And do you continue to believe Allah’s Holy Word can be faked or altered by man?
     
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    Dual Karnayn Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Lol.......

    Here we go again.

    Allah is the same God of the TORAH, but not necessarily the Old Testament in general.

    Like I said, the Old Testament is made up of many different books by different authors.

    Do you know how many different words are translated into "God" and "Lord" in the Old Testament books?

    You have YHWH, Adoni, Baal, El Jirah, El Elyon, and others.

    Depending one who wrote that particular book, all the words translated into English as "God" can't be taken at face value to be THE GOD.

    Which is why they translated it as such.
     
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    How is it discerned that any one of these "Gods" are taken to be "THE GOD", over others?

    Each one of these deities came from places other than the Hebrews (i.e. none of these names are native to the Hebrew language......For that matter, the "Hebrew" language isn't even native to itself :rolleyes: ), so why are people making any of these names so special?
     
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    I think I'll have to understand what sourses you are drawing from in order to understand what you are saying here.

    Bexause I only know YHWH from the bible it would be easy for me to assume you are drawing from thence. But that leaves me wondering why you reject the term Elohim since that is what the bible calls God.

    First all we see is God (Elohim). Then in the second chapter of Genesis the author gives this God a proper name and begins to call him the Lord God (YHWH elohim).

    I know that traditionally Christians have used this plural form as proof of Jesus' divinity. But this is not proof--only an ex post facto interpretation. They start with a presupposition then find texts that can be interpreted to support that presupposition. But people have come to this term with many different presuppositions and made just as many different interpretaions including seeing this as proof of Yacob the alleged creator of the white man.

    But just because Christians improperly use this as a proof text does not make it necessary to abandon this term altogether--throwing out the chicken with the grease.
     
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