Torahvision Video – King James Version
The Hebrew Name Yahuah is expressed in four vowels known as yod-hay-uau-hay which formed the Latin letters YHUH. In the first foreign translation called the Septuagint (LXX), the Name was retained in its original Hebrew script among the rest of the Greek script. Later copyists of the Septuagint replaced these Hebrew letters of the Name with the word Greek word KURIOS (meaning master, mister). The Latin Vulgate (Eusebius Sophronius, aka Jerome) used a similar term, DOMINUS. This title was commonly used for Mithras, yet is not a personal name. The KJV inherited this meaning as it replaced the Name Yahuah with the English equivalent to Dominus, “LORD.” Other KJV errors such as crux and Easter are also discussed in this 30-minute video.
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