[b-hebrew] YHWH pronunciation

Read, James C K0434995 at kingston.ac.uk
Thu Jul 28 09:25:53 EDT 2005


When I was talking about coincidence I meant the coincidence 
that not only are there strong linguistic evidences for a yahowah/
yehowah pronunciation but that also these missionaries evidently 
used it as well.

-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Kirk [mailto:peterkirk at qaya.org]
Sent: Thu 7/28/2005 12:17 PM
To: Read, James C
Cc: b-hebrew at lists.ibiblio.org
Subject: Re: [b-hebrew] YHWH pronunciation
 
On 28/07/2005 01:46, Read, James C wrote:

>
> I think that would be just far too coincidental to believe.
>

I don't mean a coincidence, I mean that the Cherokees took the name and 
the stories from the traders, or from missionaries who accompanied them. 
Well, Jack has explained this idea in more detail.

>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter Kirk [mailto:peterkirk at qaya.org]
> Sent: Wed 7/27/2005 10:55 PM
> To: Stephen Segall
> Cc: Read, James C; b-hebrew at lists.ibiblio.org
> Subject: Re: [b-hebrew] YHWH pronunciation
>
> 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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peterkirk at qaya.org (work)
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