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What is "Restored Names" version? There is no description.

dyrelogan these Restored names use the Proper translations and are a good start at getting the original Names of the translations we have in english. Yahuah or YHWH. Yahwah is also ok but not as good a pronunciation as Yahuah in english. Yahusha instead of Jesus and so on. The RNKJV I like very much and it makes me most sad when i have to go back to my old bible to reference a new name for me to learn as it takes  and use it solely with the Scriptures 1998. they are good  but even though divine names have been restored you will still find errors in other Text of these bibles that have yet to be corrected. It seems Divine is restored but when compared to the original Hebrew text we can spot the Errors as I am learning all this i have tried to explain as best as possible. I only used KJV for 30 years since 5 years old and I was very much against accepting any gospel other which was given to me as scripture says so in Galatians 1:9 

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I replied below your comment. Just becoming familiar with this site and all its buttons.

dyrelogan these Restored names use the Proper translations and are a good start at getting the original Names of the translations we have in english. Yahuah or YHWH. Yahwah is also ok but not as good a pronunciation as Yahuah in english. Yahusha instead of Jesus and so on. The RNKJV I like very much and it i have to go back to my old bible to reference a new name for me to learn as it takes time.  and use it solely with the Scriptures 1998. they are very good,  but even though divine names have been restored you will still find errors in other Text of these bibles that have yet to be corrected. It seems Divine is restored but when compared to the original Hebrew text and other text we can spot the Errors as I am learning all this i have tried to explain as best as possible. I only used KJV for 30 years since 5 years old and I was very much against accepting any gospel other which was given to me as scripture says so in Galatians 1:9 

The adding or removing of any words in the Bible at Rev22:18,19 tells us is something that should never be done. I quickly ran my eye over passages where alterations were made besides the name in other translations. eg. 1John5:7 has added words removed by this translation. Well done!!

 

Great to see restoration of the Tetragrammaton to its orginal place as per evidence of ancient manuscripts. Again well done!! The body of evidence for sincere honest seekers of Truth today reveals clearly such changes restore the Word to its original state as ordained by God himself when he authored its Words.

 

Jesus is our savior none would contest. But additionally it would even seem our personal salvation is tied with recognizing and calling on God's personalized name YHWH translated to a spoken form  Yahwah, Yahuah, or often Yahweh or most often Jehovah. Joel 2:32 is directly quoted in Acts 2:21 and Romans 10:13. These later passages quoting from Joel make it clear, Christian's need to use the NAME.

 

But should their now be liberties taken to change words in verses where no evidence supports such a change? Even if it means adding the NAME? For example 1John5:9 in this version RNKJV) it changes "God" to "YHWH". This is repeated very liberally in the Christian verses of the Bible (NT). Do the authors of this translation have evidence from ancient manuscripts or elsewhere to support such a action? As very sincere students of the Bible we should all be interested in the Word of God as it was originally conveyed. To quote our cherished Word: Rev 22:18  "For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book:"


 

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Here is my answer with a review.

http://www.biblesupp...eviews/?p=27832

The adding or removing of any words in the Bible at Rev22:18,19 tells us is something that should never be done. I quickly ran my eye over passages where alterations were made besides the name in other translations. eg. 1John5:7 has added words removed by this translation. Well done!!

 

Great to see restoration of the Tetragrammaton to its orginal place as per evidence of ancient manuscripts. Again well done!! The body of evidence for sincere honest seekers of Truth today reveals clearly such changes restore the Word to its original state as ordained by God himself when he authored its Words.

 

Jesus is our savior none would contest. But additionally it would even seem our personal salvation is tied with recognizing and calling on God's personalized name YHWH translated to a spoken form  Yahwah, Yahuah, or often Yahweh or most often Jehovah. Joel 2:32 is directly quoted in Acts 2:21 and Romans 10:13. These later passages quoting from Joel make it clear, Christian's need to use the NAME.

 

But should their now be liberties taken to change words in verses where no evidence supports such a change? Even if it means adding the NAME? For example 1John5:9 in this version RNKJV) it changes "God" to "YHWH". This is repeated very liberally in the Christian verses of the Bible (NT). Do the authors of this translation have evidence from ancient manuscripts or elsewhere to support such a action? As very sincere students of the Bible we should all be interested in the Word of God as it was originally conveyed. To quote our cherished Word: Rev 22:18  "For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book:"

If that's the case, then you should not be reading ANY ENGLISH bible, since they are transliterations of Hebrew and Greek, ANY English bible is not THE TRUE WORDS, so telling someone they can't take what was already a translation and the authors opinion on what they assumed a Hebrew of Greek word is silly. If you read the original King James, it's like an ignorant illiterate person wrote it, there is nothing wrong with correcting the many mistakes in translation AND improper English to correctly translate today's English. Now, if a verse says; at the first New Moon, and someone changed it to ; at the first Full Moon, or something on those lines, then yes, that is WRONG. But removing PAGAN TITLES with the proper Hebrew titles or Tetragrammaton which is what the original scriptures are written in, or changing words like doeth with does, or maketh, with make etc etc, well, you are misunderstanding the Scriptures and their commands/Laws/Right Rulings by stating what you stated. Shalom! PS, j#s#s is an English name that is less then 500 years old, it means The Horse in Hebrew, which happens to be the language ordained in The Shamayim and The MessiaYAH was Hebrew himself, so why are you using j#s@s? That is violating all kinds of commands right there!

To Yahcob Hoffer:

You need a translation except if you can Hebrew but it is clear that your Hebrew is bad!

 

MessiaYAH is not real Hebrew and the letter Gimmel or Gamma in Greek or G in Latin is not the letter J. Ge-sus(proud-horse) is not Jesus.

While the spelling of the English Jesus is less then 500 years old keep in your mind that IESVS was used in the Vulgate and that the J is the consonant version of the letter I just as the V was of the U.

Jesus or ΙΗΣΟΥ/ιησου is the Greek/Latin transliteration of Joshua and the -S ending is the nominative case in Greek grammar.

The letter Υ or υ was the Greek Upsilon. Or V in old Latin or U in newer Latin.

The letter U/V was the Hebrew letter vav.

Why not using the same measures with the Germanic letter W?

 

If you have critic on the king James then need you a better example then this because the King James translate H2320 as New Moon, month or monthly

 

H2320

חדשׁ

chôdesh

BDB Definition:

1) the new moon, month, monthly

1a) the first day of the month

1b) the lunar month

 

There is no real Jewish translation that transliterate Shamayim or Heaven(s); because Heaven is not a pagan word unlike the claim of the fake Jews in the Sacred Name movement.

Even the Gentiles of "the Scriptures 2009" using the word heavens.

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