Duration: 27 mins 47 secs
Why does the topic of our Creator’s name cause so much division in the Body? What the Hebrew word for “name” really mean? What does it mean to profane His name?
Duration: 32 mins 50 secs
Some people will claim that they know exactly how to pronounce the Creator’s name. We would disagree with any concrete statements like that. One of the largest debates is whether it should be a V or a W in the name. Join us as we test out this important debate relating to the Tetragrammaton.
We’ve previously covered what a “name” means and some possibilities as to the great debate about the 3rd letter in the tetragrammaton. Now join us as we take a deeper look and examine some potentially viable pronunciations of the Creator’s name.
Duration: 1 hr 49 mins 13 secs
With so much discussion, arguments, and division amongst the body over the pronunciation of the name of our Creator, one version seems to be the most prominent, Yehovah (Jehovah). Has the Creator’s name been definitively determined at long last or are we once again falling victim to what the majority dictates and determines? Join us as we test out this pronunciation in this teaching from the Hashem series and discover if the sacred name of our Creator has been determined at long last.
Duration: 10 mins 36 secs
Many disagree or even argue about using the word "Lord" in the Scriptures. Some even claim that by using it, we are blaspheming or using the name of YHWH in vain. Here are some thoughts to consider.
Duration: 16 mins 15 secs
Many understand Exodus 23:13 to mean we cannot even say the names of other gods such as Baal, Mars, Janus, etc. Some go so far as to say we shouldn’t say things like Monday or January for the same reason. What’s the truth behind such beliefs and are they Scriptural?
There are some that argue the use of the word “God” when referring to YHWH. For what it’s worth, here are our thoughts on that particular topic and why it’s actually okay to say God.
When it comes to the name of the Messiah, there are many discussions that are had, one of them being whether or not we should call him by the name, Jesus. Some say yes, others say no. We invite you to review the evidence and decide for yourself.