|Restoration of Original Sacred Name Bible|
|Old Covenant||New Covenant|
This is a revision of the Rotherham Version. Since many people have been misinformed concerning the true name of the Most High and His Son, this revised version's aim is to bring to light a clearer and deeper understanding of this wonderful Name which has been suppressed for many years. This version concerns the True Name and Titles of the Creator and His Son. The Name of the Heavenly Father or His Son is given in capital letters. The pronoun standing for the Name begins with a capital. It is not the first version to bring out the Name and the Titles of the Creator and His Son.
The Hebrew reader could see YHWH as reverently transcribed by the Hebrew copyist, but was instructed not to pronounce it. However, he could utter a less sacred name, e.g., Adonay, Elohim, and El. When LORD and GOD are printed with small capitals, they stand for the Name. Otherwise, they do not.
The Name was suppressed because of the fear that it is too holy to be pronounced. This fear sprang from interpretations of Exodus 20: 7 and Leviticus 24: 16. This version is restoring the Name because of an interpretation of Isaiah 52: 6.
The King James Version forms of paragraphing and center references are used.
Missionary Dispensary Bible Research (1976)
[Tyndale House, Cambridge, United Kingdom]
In the beginning Elohim created the heavens and the earth.
Originally was the Word, and the Word was with YAHVAH;
and the Word was YAHVAH.
Comparisons which include this version:
The Deceived Prophet
From Eternity or From Ancient Times?
The Fringe on the Borders of a Garment
The Gifts of the Spirit
God So Loved the World
Gods, God, or Judges
The Hebrew Synoptic Gospels
Horses from Egypt and Kue
The Israelites and Baal-Peor
Let No Man Judge You
The Name of Our Heavenly Father
Offering Sacrifices to the He-Goat
Sabbaths and Sundown
Scripture Inspired by God
The Sides of the Court of the Tabernacle
Some Variations in the Book of Acts
The Song of Solomon
The Speech Problem of Moses
The Story of the Adultress
Those Who Work Iniquity
Was Jesus Forsaken by God?
Words with Heathen Origins in the Scriptures