Originally posted by sonship
I watched up to 39:17. It was interesting.
I don't think I will see it to the end though.
I listened carefully to a little over half of it.
I have no cause to doubt this off the bat.
He stated at the age of around 106 - 108 that Yeshua would be the name of the Messiah.
Greek Yesus - Jesus.
Yeshua verses Yahshua is only a matter of pronunciation of the first syllable. Is it "Ye" or "YaH"?
I believe Yah is more accurate because the Hebrew word that is pronounced like "halleluYah" is the same English word "hallelujah" which is also pronounced like "halleluYah" and is defined as meaning "praise the LORD" where "LORD" replaces "JAH" as the name of God. Hallelujah can be found in English translations of the Holy Bible in Psalm 146, and Revelation 19:1 and 6.
JaH is identified as the name of God in the following Psalm:
Sing unto God, sing praises to his name: extol him that rideth upon the heavens by his name JAH, and rejoice before him.
(Psalm 68:4 KJV)