Standing Up for the Gospel of the Christ
as it is Proclaimed in the Greek Text !
Empowering the Independent Communities of Yahowah and Yahoshua
Living By Both Covenants
|Papers On "Yahoshua", Page 1:
would be YHWH's Anointed-One.
|Yahowah IS 1: "One God" Means the Creator YHWH is a Singular Being, One Person having One Intellect, The only Elohim of Israel, The Father, who resurrected 'the Yahoshua', the promised Messiah.|
|Yahoshua Was Born As The Parthian King Of The Jews:|
|Significant historical evidence demonstrating that the Messiah was a highly educated Rabbi, an esteemed Priest of the order of Melchizedek, having very high social status. The more you understand their "Honor/Shame Culture", the more you understand how the Greek Text is telling you that Yahoshua was a very high ranking leader and teacher.||Yahoshua The Parthian King
(PDF, 17 pages)
|The Chronology of Herod:|
Using the Historical Records, a fully coordinated chart showing the significant events of both Herod and The Messiah, from BC 64 to AD 70.
Herod's time of death is known, because the historical records giving the data points indeed do align.
The Chronology of Herod demonstrates the events around Yahoshua's Ministry, and fixes the date for the destruction of the Temple to be in AD 70.
|Chronology of Herod
|Analysis of The Years Around the Crucifixion:|
|Studying the new crescent moon data for the years 25 AD through 34 AD.||Analysis of the Observed Lunar Calendar Years Around 30 AD
(PDF, 8 pages)
|Analysis of Using the English Name "Jesus":|
Some assert that we should not use the English name "Jesus" to refer to the Messiah.
It is asserted that the name "Jesus" is the name of a false god, and therefore should not be used.
However this assertion is not correct.
Because of the scholarship preserved in the "Origenis Hexaplorum", original work was circa AD 146, we have an ancient Hebrew to Greek Alphabet Table. This Alphabet Table shows how to convert the Hebrew name "Joshua" into the Greek name "Ieesous", which is "Jesus" in modern English. The modern name "Jesus" is derived from the Greek name "Ieesous", which is the valid transliteration of the Hebrew name "Joshua", and was so translated this way throughout the Greek Septuagint.
Further, an analysis of the use of names and symbols demonstrates that avoiding names is not always correct. There are times when using the name "Jesus" is "okay", and there are times when other names should be used instead.
|Which Name To Use?
(PDF, 6 pages)
|Search for All Occurrences||Lexicon and Concordance||Greek Grammar Explanations|