God's name is fundamental to all monotheistic religions. Paradoxically, religions prefer to translate God's name as Yahweh "He Is," Adonay "my Lord," Allah "The God," rather than a transcription of the name, which is more usual. However, the key to unlock this mystery was provided by the famous Maimonides, 800 years ago, when he wrote that the Name "is read as it is written." Name of God Y.eH.oW.aH Which is Pronounced as it is Written I_Eh_oU_Ah is Gerard Gertoux's examination of the paradox of the correct pronunciation. To learn more about this book, please visit the author's website at http://divinename.net.
Gerard Gertoux is Professor of National Education in France.
Chapter 1 The Name: Chapter 2 The Power of the Name Chapter 3 To Know God's Name Chapter 4 Jesus, Satan, Their Controversy Over the Name Chapter 5 The Name Read Distinctly Chapter 6 Historical Record: Chapter 7 From Adam to Moses Chapter 8 From Moses to David Chapter 9 From David to Zedekiah Chapter 10 From Zedekiah to Simon the Just Chapter 11 From Simon the Just to Jesus Chapter 12 From Jesus to Justin Chapter 13 From Justin to Jerome Chapter 14 From Jerome to the Masoretes Chapter 15 From the Masoretes to Maimonides Chapter 16 From Maimonides to Tyndale Chapter 17 From Tyndale to the American Standard Version Chapter 18 The Name of Jesus and its Connections to the Name Chapter 19 Conclusions: Chapter 20 The Controversy Comes to an End Chapter 21 Conclusion Concerning the Name Chapter 22 To Love the Truth, the Name and Incense Chapter 23 Appendix: Chapter 24 Glossary, Chronology Chapter 25 Interpretation of the Hebrew Names Chapter 26 Lack of Nomina Sacra in the Earliest Christian Papyrus Chapter 27 Pronunciation of the Name Y-H-W3 Chapter 28 Pronunciation of YHWH's Name in the Mesha Stele Chapter 29 Did Yehowah Come From a Change? Chapter 30 Religious Trials of the First Century Chapter 31 Numbering System Changes Chapter 32 General Index Chapter 33 Bibliographical Notes