[B-Greek] him which is, and which was, and which is to come

Awohili at aol.com Awohili at aol.com
Wed Nov 23 11:12:13 EST 2005

On the other hand, the Greek text of Revelation 19 does transliterate the  
Hebrew "Hallelu-Yah," found abundantly in the Psalms, and containing an element  
of the tetragram.  It is found in no other book of the GNT.   It may be 
assumed that Christians of John's time knew that this phrase was more  than just a 
nameless interjection.
Solomon Landers
In a message dated 11/23/2005 7:22:30 A.M. Pacific Standard Time,  
eluchil404 at yahoo.com writes:

Without  straying beyond the bounds of tyhe list I
think that it is safe to say that  the Apocalypse was
not necessarily written in Hebrew.  Other theories  are
current and, I understand, more popular.  As for the
rest, I  think the claim was that the phrase hO WN etc.
was a notional translation  of the sacred
tetragrammaton as it appears in the OT--perhaps
influenced  by (or taken from?) the LXX.  Not that the
sacred tetragrammaton ever  appeared in the text of the
Apocalypse itself.

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