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Should “Jesus” be rendered “Yeshu‘a” in English?
The original name for Jesus in Hebrew-Aramaic is yeshu‘a. This was translated into Greek as Iēsous and then via the Latin Iesus into German, and eventually into English as Jesus. Since Christians ...
Nov 15 '11 at 15:36
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