The Given Name of our Messiah

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Episode 8

The Controversy over “Yeshua” vs. “Yahshua.” Which name is the correct name?


Show Notes

In this study, Tim Hegg examines the claim which states that the name “Yeshua” was a deliberately “shortened” form of the original “Yahshua”. This one hour teaching is a bit technical as Tim explains how the Hebrew language works, so you’ll want to download the handout in order to follow along.

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NEW ARTICLE! – The Given Name of our Messiah (PDF), by Tim Hegg

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Sacred Name: Escaping the Maze of Misinformation, Tim Hegg
Many within the Hebrew Roots movement have suggested that we must pronounce the name of God. This theology that has been titled the Sacred Name movement finds multiple pronunciations of the four-letter name of God, depending on who you ask. In this lecture, Tim Hegg looks at the history of this debate, then goes directly to the Hebrew. Tim suggests the true pronunciation of the four-letter name can not be known for certain.