“Lord” in Genesis 18:27 (r-blogger)

Is there anything in Genesis 18:27 that proves that Jesus is Jehovah, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob? […]

Jude 1:5 – Did “Jesus” Save Israel Out of Egypt?

Does Jude 1:5 offer proof that Jesus is Jehovah, or that Jesus is one of three persons of a triune God? […]

1 Corinthians 8:6 – One God, One Lord; Deuteronomy 6:4 -r

Does “one Lord” in 1 Corinthians 8:6 mean that Jesus is the “one Jehovah” of Deuteronomy 6:4, or that Jesus is a person of that one Jehovah? […]

Philippians 2:9,11; Isaiah 42:8 – Was the Holy Name Changed to “Jesus”?

Was God’s Holy Name changed to “Jesus”? […]

Acts 26:14-18 – Who Are You, Lord?

Did Saul believe Jesus to be the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob? […]

Matthew 7:21,22; Luke 6:46 — Does “Lord” Mean God?

Does “Lord” mean “God”? Did Jesus claim to be the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in these verses? […]

The Holy Name in the Original Hebrew/Greek

Regarding the alleged “true pronunciation” claims being made concerning the Holy Name. […]

“Lord” in the New Testament (r-blogspot)

How the Greeks words for “Lord” are used and of whom in the New Testament. […]

KURIOS in Mark

An examination of the times when forms of the word “kurios” appear in the Gospel According to Mark so as to determine in which verses the Holy Name has been changed to a form of KURIOS. […]

Adonay, The Tetragrammaton, and the Great Isaiah Scroll -r

The claim is made concerning the New World Translation it that it is inconsistent in in translating Adonay (or as some prefer, Adonai), for in many places it is translated as “Sovereign Lord” and many other places as “Jehovah”. This study examines these claims. […]

Ephesians 4:5 – One Lord -r

Is the trinity being spoken of in Ephesians 4:4-6? If Jesus is not Yahweh, how can be Jesus be the “one lord”? […]