[b-hebrew] YHWH pronunciation
segall at umich.edu
Thu Jul 28 12:12:56 EDT 2005
I don't believe this is correct. The earliest written description of the
Cherokees was by John Adair who did not try to teach the Cherokees, but
simply wrote down what he observed. Later scholars who had studied Adair
believed the only thing that detracted from his accounts was his obsession
with trying to explain to the white population that the Cherokee religion
was of Hebrew origin, which everyone at the time thought was totally
On Wed, 27 Jul 2005, Peter Kirk wrote:
> On 27/07/2005 21:51, Stephen Segall wrote:
>> The pronunciation was based on diaries kept by traders who lived with the
>> Cherokees for decades and detailed their customs and religion.
> Is it possible that the name of these traders' own God was pronounced by them
> Ye-ho-wah or Je-ho-vah, and that they might themselves have passed on to the
> Cherokee nation this name and the stories of Adam and Eve etc?
> Peter Kirk
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