Results for: Tetragrammaton

What is the tetragrammaton in Greek?

The Yahwist source, believed to be an early contributor to the Pentateuch, used the tetragrammaton (YHWH) as the name for the God of Judah. Because early Hebrew had no vowels (MORE)

Does the tetragrammaton have to do with witchcraft?

Tetragrammaton is a name of/for "God" and is used in Kabbalistic practices. You probably know this name by the initials YHVH or YHWH or the name "Yahweh" or Yod-He-Vav-He. I (MORE)

What are the qualities of the tetragrammaton?

A: The tetragrammaton, YHWH (modern Hebrew, 'YHVH'), is the ancient Hebrew name for God. During the post-Exilic period, Jews ceased to say the name aloud, so its correct pronu (MORE)

What is the Hebrew word for tetragrammaton?

There is no Hebrew word for tetragrammaton. This is a Greek wordfor the four consonants that make up the Hebrew name of God. InHebrew, the four consonants are used instead of (MORE)

Are Catholics permitted to perform their religious works and ceremonies within temples and other buildings constructed for gods other than the Tetragrammaton?

A:   For Catholics to do so without prior permission and approval from  the abbot or other relevant religious authority would be an act of  sacrilege and disrespect, as (MORE)