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Michael A. Banak
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Vowel-Pointed Name Theories: How and Where are they Verified?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael A. Banak Mar 30. 6 Replies

Brother James, All,2 Questions1) I am constantly told that the beloved Jews applied diversionary vowel points to the Tetragram, in order to keep people from saying it properly.I have evidence that…Continue

Tags: Theophoric, Niqqud, Tetragrammaton, Points, Vowel

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Sarah Chopping left a comment for Michael A. Banak
"Shalom Michael, I can't give you the answer to your question. Nemiah Gorden seems to know quite a bit about the Holy Name. He states it is Yehovah and 119 ministries states it isn't it is Yahweh. Nemiah Gorden I believe in one of…"
Jul 11
Michael A. Banak replied to Michael A. Banak's discussion Vowel-Pointed Name Theories: How and Where are they Verified?
"Hi, Mikha El. Well, if I was searching for the "true" pronunciation, I might wrap my head around your suggestion, and consider it. But that's not what I am seeking. I want to understand two particular phenomena in this arena.…"
Mar 30
Mikha El replied to Michael A. Banak's discussion Vowel-Pointed Name Theories: How and Where are they Verified?
"How abut avoiding the vowel dance all together and simply pronounce the 3 consonants as they sound?"
Mar 29
Rick replied to Michael A. Banak's discussion Vowel-Pointed Name Theories: How and Where are they Verified?
"Michael, thank you for your response . As to Anson Rainy I don`t know him , there were 3-4 years that I did say Yahweh . After my own study of ( the name ) I Came to realize taking the 3rd commandment into account , not bringing the name low it…"
Mar 26
Michael A. Banak replied to Michael A. Banak's discussion Vowel-Pointed Name Theories: How and Where are they Verified?
"Thanks, Rick. The whole scene is kind of outrageous. The "adonai" vowel points on The Tegtrgram are indisputable. I know this because, when The Tetragram is preceded by the word "Adonai", the Tetragram's vowel points change…"
Mar 26
Rick replied to Michael A. Banak's discussion Vowel-Pointed Name Theories: How and Where are they Verified?
" I have been watching your post as well waiting for a link to the name . I have been under the impression the massorite miss - dircected the vowel pointing so the name could not be said ?  I see / hear many say  Yahweh Yahveh …"
Mar 26
Michael A. Banak replied to Michael A. Banak's discussion Vowel-Pointed Name Theories: How and Where are they Verified?
"For a Hebrew phenomenon supposedly well-known, I am surprised at the lack of response."
Mar 25
Michael A. Banak posted a discussion

Vowel-Pointed Name Theories: How and Where are they Verified?

Brother James, All,2 Questions1) I am constantly told that the beloved Jews applied diversionary vowel points to the Tetragram, in order to keep people from saying it properly.I have evidence that this is so, but I want to know more.Question 1) Where have the Jews formally documented this? I see speculation everywhere on the types of vowel points, and the form they take. But I cannot seem to find anywhere that the diversionary vowel points are formally attested. I am thinking of a rabbinic…See More
Mar 20

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Do you consider yourself a:
Messianic Gentile
Books I consider Canonical:
Tanak (Old Testament), Ketuvim Netzarim (New Testament)
Favorite version of Scriptures:
Other
About me:
A Sacred Namer, friendly to all who seek to do Our Father's Will.
Marital Status
Single
Music:
Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Classic Oldies, Classical, Big Band, Certain Strains of Recent Pop (I am as surprised as you are), Devotional: Paul Wilbur; Original Compositions from Congregation of Yahweh, Nottingham, UK, and from Song Harvest (Cisco, Texas).
Interests:
Mapping Technology, History, Writing, Health, Nutrition
Favorite Television Shows and Movies:
Old Stuff that's either funny, or has a lasting message:12 Angry Men; My Man Godfrey; To Kill a Mocking Bird; Most anything with Harold Lloyd
What is your favorite Book of the Scriptures?
Genesis
What is your favorite verse?
If the Foundations are destroyed, what are the Righteous to do?
What is your favorite quote? (From Scripture or elsewhere)
My favorite scripture appears above. Favourite quote: Good friends don't have to be careful what they say to each other, but they are careful anyway.
How did you hear of NazareneSpace?
email from Brother James Trimm

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At 7:51am on May 25, 2010, Judah said…
Jesus bless you.
At 11:36pm on May 1, 2013, Andrew shivers said…
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At 10:18pm on May 3, 2013, Andrew shivers said…
What's up
At 3:13pm on July 11, 2018, Sarah Chopping said…

Shalom Michael, I can't give you the answer to your question. Nemiah Gorden seems to know quite a bit about the Holy Name. He states it is Yehovah and 119 ministries states it isn't it is Yahweh. Nemiah Gorden I believe in one of his videos explains what was missed out of the name when it was written in Hebrew. I was hoping that you could shed some light on this matter. 119 ministries know quite a few prominent Hebrew scholars I would think that if you wanted to you might be able to contact them. If you would like to contact me Rachel Hayes will give you my contact details. I hope that you will. Be blessed and look forward to your findings on this matter. 

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