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Is the' name of founder of Christianity really Yeshua or Jesus and not ''I:SA:?

A NUMBER OF CHRISTIAN SECTS call THE FOUNDER OF CHRISTIANITY by THE name:

Yeshua (Hebrew ) . ACCORDING TOTHEM Yeshua is the Jewish name that THE FOUNDER PROBEBLY would have been called by those who knew him. Some messianics and other groups say that Yeshua is Jesus' real name and that the name "Jesus" OR I:SA: ARE wrong and are of NON CRHRISTIAN ORIGIN. OTHERS USE THE WORD JESUS. But then again, there are those who say that the word "''I:SA:" is NON CHRISTIAN in origin and should not be used at all. ." With all these possibilities is there a real answer to what was the Messiah's real name? NEITHER YESHUA NOR JESUS AND ALSO NOT ''I:SA: (jizuz) found in the GREEK New Testament.

The New Testament was written in Greek. If there were some original documents of the New Testament written in Hebrew they are all extinct, one may theorize that there might have been a gospel or two written in Hebrew. If that is the case, there is no way to know. The fact is we don't have any Hebrew manuscripts. We only have Greek ones from that period of time.

Since what we do have is the Greek Manuscripts, it is from them that we need to find out what the Apostles wrote about Jesus. In other words, we need to make a case out of what we do have, not what we don't have.

Doing a computer search in the Greek New Testament, the word "Jesus" occurs over 900 times. Following is a chart that lays this out.

What does the Greek actually say?

The Greek word for Jesus is I. It is pronounced as "eeaysoos." When "eeaysoos" was transliterated into the English long ago it in correctly became Jesus, the term we use in English today. ACTUALLY THE SOUND OF LETTER J IS NEITHER FOUND IN HEBREW NOR IN GREEK . THERE IS NO Z SOUND IN LATIN. THE GREEK NOUN EESOOS HAS NEITHER THE SOUND OF J OR OF Z. IN FACT THE LETTER J IS NO THING BUT LATIN I OR GREEK IOTA. NO WRITER OF NT HAVE EVER DREMPT OF REPLACING I OR Y SOUNDS BY SOUND OF ENGLISH J AND THE HISSING S SAOUND BY VOCAL SOUND Z. Some say that if one does not pronounce name the name of founder of Christianityproperly (either as Yeshua and or Eeaysoos) then we are in sin and is believing in a false messiah. It is not the pronunciation of a word that makes a person believer in the founder of christianity . It is believing the founder as messiah, Likewise, must one say "theos" when saying "God" since that is how the word is pronouncing Or what about when one call THE FOUNDER OF CHRISTIANITY the "Savior" as in Phil. 3:20, must HE pronounce the word as it is in Greek (sotare) or is it CORRCT to use the English word "savior?" BUT WHAT IS THE OFFICIAL NOUN OF THE FOUNDER OF CHRISTIANITY IS A SEPERATE MATTER. THE NOUNS YASHUA OR YESUA OR YESHUE OR IASHUA ARE NEVER USED FOR THE FOUNDER OF CHRISTIANITY IN N.T .

IF The entire New Testament was written in Greek and the word Jesus is ALSO NOT

used.

NOW PRONOUNCE THE WORD EESOOS AND JESUS , THEY ARE ENTIRELY DIFFERENT. SO EESOOS IS NOT JESUS (JIZUZ)

It is ALSO not the Hebrew which is Yeshua. So, it is simple. THE FOUNDER OF CHRISTIANITY WAS NEITHER CALLED YASUA OR IASHUA NOR JESUS. BUT EESOOS BY GREEK FOLLOWERS. IF IT IS SUPPOSED THAT HIS ORIGINAL NOUN WAS IN ARAMAIC THEN IT WAS EESOO OR ISU OR PERHAPS EESHOO OR ISHU. LUCKILY PESHITTA STILL EXIST . IN A NUMBER OF TRANSLATIONS EESOOS OF GREEK IS SUBSTITUTED BY JESUS. OLD ENGLISH AND LATIN USED IESUS WHICH IS MUCH CLOSE TO EESOOS OF GREEK AND EESOO OF ARAMAIC. EXAMPLES ARE AS FOLLW:. "And she will bear a Son; and you shall call His name Jesus, for it is He who will save His people from their sins," (Matt. 1:21). "The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God," (Mark 1:1). "let it be known to all of you, and to all the people of Israel, that by the name of Jesus Christ the Nazarene, whom you crucified, whom God raised from the deadby this name this man stands here before you in good health. 11 He is the stone which was rejected by you, the builders, but which became the very corner stone. 12 And there is salvation in no one else; for there is no other name under heaven that has been given among men, by which we must be saved," (Acts 4:10-12). .As ONE can see, the ENGLISH TRANSLATION OF New Testament uses "Jesus" as the name and NEITHER a Hebrew name YESHUA OR IESHUA NOR ENGLISH NOUN JESUS (JEEZUZ) AND ALSO NOT ARAMAIC NAME EESOO. BUT ALL THESE PEOPLE UNITE AGAINST THE SECOND ARABIC FORM OF THE FOUNDER OF CHRISTIANITY ''I:SA: AS NEITHER LATIN IESUS NOR ENGLISH JESUS (JIZUZ) IS THE OFFICIAL NOUN OF FOUNDER OF CHRISTIANITY IN GREEK SCRIPTURES, BUT THEY ARE CONSIDERED VALID SECOND ARABIC FORM

OF FOUNDER OF CHRISTIANITY I:SA: IS ALSO CORRECT. THE FIRST ARABIC FORM YASU'' IS ALSO VALID AND IS USED BY SOME CHRISTIANS AND SECOND ARABIC FORM IS DERIVED FROM ARAMAIC. IF JESUS IS CONSIDERED AS A CORRECT FORM WHICH IS A MUTATED FORM OF LATIN IESUS WHICH IS A MUTED FORM OF GREEK EESOOS (IOTA EETA SIGMA OMICRON UPSILON SIGMA). But EESOOS[IESOUS] is not a mutated form of Yashua as Yushua is not the name of THE FOUNDER OF CHRISTIANITY. EVEN IF THE ARAMAIC FORM EESOO WAS DERIVED FROM HEBRAIC YASHUA. EESOO IS NOT A MUTATED NOUN OF THE FOUNDER BUT A NOUN BY WHICH THE FOUNDER OF CHRISTIANITY WAS NAMED EVEN IF THIS NOUN IS A MUTATED FORM. ONE MUST MAKE A DISTINCTION BETWEEN THE TWO. For people to say that real name OF THE FOUNDER OF CHRISTIANITY is YESHUA OR YASU'' OR JESUS OR IESUS or YASHUA or YAHUSHUA, etc BUT NOT I:SA: is just a statement of pushing an agenda and not believing the New Testament text AT LEAST IN PRINCIPLE. SINCE IT IS NOT PROVED THAT GREEK IESOUS (EESOOS) IS THE PROPER NOUN EVEN IT IS USED IN G.N.T AND THERE IS REALLY NO PROOF THAT THE WORD THE FOUNDER WAS EVER NAMED AS YASHUA OR WAS EVEN CALLED AS YASHUA. SO WE CAN SAY IF IF JESUS IS ALLOWED THEN THERE IS NOTHING TO DISALLOW ''I:SA:. SINCE ARABS DID USED THIS WORD FOR THE FOUNDERS. THE NON CRHISTIAN ARABS DID NOT USED YASU'' IT WAS USED BY CHRISTIAN ARABS.

ONE CAN NOT DISALLOW THIS WORD ONLY BECAUSE IT WAS NOT USED BY CHRISTIAN ARABS. COMPARISION: THE WORD IESOUS (EESOUS) IS CHANGE TO IESUS, AND IESUS WAS CHANGED TO JESUS. I SOUND OF GREEK WAS CHANGED TO I SOUND OF LATIN WHICH WAS FINALLY CHANGED TO J SOUND OF ENGLISH. HISSING SOUND OF GREEK SIGMA WAS CHANGED TO Z SOUND OF ENGLISH . U AS IN COOL OR AS IN PUT WAS CHANGED TO U AS IN BUT. BUT IN ARABIC IESOUS (EESOOS) WAS CHANGED AS FALLOW. ''(AIN ) WAS ADDED, SIGMA SOUND WAS CONSERVED. OO SOUND WAS REPLACED BY A: OR AA. SO ''I:SA: IS AS VALID AS JESUS. IF IT IS ARGUED THAT ''I:SA: IS NOT VALID DUE TO NON CHRISTIAN ARABAIC ORIGIN THEN BY SAME ARGUMENT JESUS AND IESUS CAN NOT BE USED AND ONLY IESOUS (EESOOS) CAN BE USED .

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