Why are The Names YaHWeH and YaHushuah used on this site?
YaHWeH - The Name YaHWeH is the English pronunciation of what is referred to as the Tetragrammaton. The Tetragrammaton (Greek - four letters) are what the Creator of the universe has stated that He shall be called and is said to be His Name. The Tetragrammaton יהוה was used over 6,800 times in the Tanakh (Old Testament). Some say that it was used 6,823 times, others say 6,828 times. Either way, it is used enough times to be deemed as highly important. In English, the equivelent letters to the Hebrew are Y H W H. Isaiah (YshaYaH) 42:8 states; "I am YaHWeH, that is My Name, and My esteem I do not give to another, nor My praise to idols."
Why is the spelling YaHWeH used?
The spelling YaHWeH is used because it has been determined to be the best deduced spelling by those of the scholarly world.
Why are the letter YHWH capitalized in the Name YaHWeH?
This is done by me (Steven Butcher) in order to show that although the English Name is used, the four letters of what is in the original are emphesized.
Why is the Name YaHushuah used?
The Name YaHushuah is used because it is the Name that the Messiah was called while He was on the Earth. The name J-sus is not an accurate representation of the Name of the Messiah. The Name of the Father is YaHWeH and the Son has the Name of the Father in His, YaHushuah. This brings across the power that is in the Name of the Messiah, which comes from the Father, YaHWeH.
Why is the spelling YaHushuah used and not YaHushua?
This is done by me (Steven Butcher) in order to bring across the emphesis of the pronunciation. This in no way says that the Name cannot be spelled as YaHushua