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  • He drew the tetragrammaton, that is the name of the holy teacher whose spirit, whom they knew, from the historical documents, lived forever.

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  • Four combinations of the sephirot, taken together, form a core harmonic pattern called the tetragrammaton, the unspeakable name of God which is written in English as YHWH or JHVH.

    Decoding Your Destiny

  • [109] The word J+H+W+H+, Jehovah, here first occurs, -- that most sacred and incommunicable name of Deity, called tetragrammaton, because it consisted of four letters, which the Jews, through reverence or superstition, refuse to pronounce.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • "tetragrammaton," or four-lettered name, and, from its sacred inviolability, the "ineffable" or unutterable name.

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  • In these cases, I see no option to an outright crackdown, as the Vatican recently did concerning the use of the tetragrammaton in some music.

    Eliminating Bad Music

  • New Liturgical Movement: The tetragrammaton in 70s music skip to main | skip to sidebar

    The tetragrammaton in 70s music

  • C. S. Lewis evidently went through a phase in which he insisted on calling God Yahweh, which is how one pronounces the Hebrew tetragrammaton YHWH, by which the Ineffable is indicated but not actually entitled.

    Beginner’s Grace

  • “Yahweh/Yah. yhwh, the tetragrammaton because of its four letters, is, strictly speaking, the only proper name for God.” niqnaq says:

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  • Elohim is an unspecific term, which can refer either to the God of Israel or a local Near Eastern deity; the tetragrammaton, whose pronunciation is now unknown and filled in for with the Hebrew word Adonai, specifies the universal and singular God of Abraham.

    Joshua Stanton: Genesis 22: God's Call to End Zealotry

  • The irony is that, even more clearly than divine prerogatives and functions, God can be found sharing his own personal name, the tetragrammaton (YHWH), in the literature of this period (not to mention later Rabbinic sources, including 3 Enoch, and Samaritan sources).

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