The names of God in Holy Scripture.
Andrew Jukes 1815-1901Book
"For centuries the Name of God has been debated on how to pronounce it. Many Western scholars and Christians believe it is Yahweh while others in Rabbinic Jewish circles hold to Yehovah. Which is correct? For the first time, Hebrew Rabbinic Jewish sources have been discovered and translated. Some have never been seen or translated from Hebrew. In them, they reveal the secret that has been hidden from the Western world. What will they say regarding the true Name of God and how to pronounce it? The majority of the resources shown in this book have been re-discovered and translated for the first time from Hebrew into English"--back cover.
YH?H : the name of God hidden and revealed / Dr. Al Garza.
Name of God hidden and revealed
United States : Sefer Press Publishing House
"Jewish sources never seen or translated"--front cover.
Includes bibliographical references.
61 pages : illustrations
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