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There isThe Bible has lots of names and titles for God: the Tetragrammaton which is "YHWH"("YHWH"), Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh, Yah, Adonai, HaShem, Adoshem, YHWH Tzevaot. There is also, as well as Adonai, Baali, El, Elah, Eloah, Elohim, El Roi, El Shaddai,Elyon Elyon, The Eternal One,Shalom Shalom, Shekhinah, HaMakom. However,

But it seems to me that orthodox Christians only call him God, and inwhen they read the Bible, we have pronounce Lord, LORD, and lord which the laymen reads as the same word, howevereven though they're distinct in Hebrew.

So why aren't the other terms used in Christianity?

I understand that some people perceive the names as titles and not names, however that's not how they were understood in Judaism. Also, I don't believe this is a hermeneutics excursion as it's more of a "why did Christianity do that"that?" instead of "how is this translated / transliterated.?"

There is the Tetragrammaton which is "YHWH", Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh, Yah, Adonai, HaShem, Adoshem, YHWH Tzevaot. There is also Adonai, Baali, El, Elah, Eloah, Elohim, El Roi, El Shaddai,Elyon, The Eternal One,Shalom, Shekhinah, HaMakom. However, orthodox Christians only call him God and in the Bible, we have Lord, LORD, and lord which the laymen reads as the same word, however they're distinct in Hebrew.

I understand that some people perceive the names as titles and not names, however that's not how they were understood in Judaism. Also, I don't believe this is a hermeneutics excursion as it's more of a "why did Christianity do that" instead of "how is this translated / transliterated."

The Bible has lots of names and titles for God: the Tetragrammaton ("YHWH"), Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh, Yah, Adonai, HaShem, Adoshem, YHWH Tzevaot, as well as Adonai, Baali, El, Elah, Eloah, Elohim, El Roi, El Shaddai, Elyon, The Eternal One, Shalom, Shekhinah, HaMakom.

But it seems to me that orthodox Christians only call him God, and when they read the Bible pronounce Lord, LORD, and lord the same even though they're distinct in Hebrew.

So why aren't the other terms used in Christianity?

I understand that some people perceive the names as titles and not names, however that's not how they were understood in Judaism. Also, I don't believe this is a hermeneutics excursion as it's more of a "why did Christianity do that?" instead of "how is this translated / transliterated?"

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There is the Tetragrammaton which is "YHWH", Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh, Yah, Adonai, HaShem, Adoshem, YHWH Tzevaot. There is also Adonai, Baali, El, Elah, Eloah, Elohim, El Roi, El Shaddai,Elyon, The Eternal One,Shalom, Shekhinah, HaMakom. However, orthodox Christians only call him God and in the Bible, we have Lord, LORD, and lord which the laymen reads as the same word, however they're distinct in Hebrew.

I understand that some people perceive the names as titles and not names, however that's not how they were understood in Judaism. Also, I don't believe this is a hermeneutics excursion as it's more of a "why did Christianity do that" instead of "how is this translated / transliterated."

There is the Tetragrammaton which is Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh, Yah, Adonai, HaShem, Adoshem, YHWH Tzevaot. There is also Adonai, Baali, El, Elah, Eloah, Elohim, El Roi, El Shaddai,Elyon, The Eternal One,Shalom, Shekhinah, HaMakom. However, orthodox Christians only call him God and in the Bible, we have Lord, LORD, and lord which the laymen reads as the same word, however they're distinct in Hebrew.

I understand that some people perceive the names as titles and not names, however that's not how they were understood in Judaism. Also, I don't believe this is a hermeneutics excursion as it's more of a "why did Christianity do that" instead of "how is this translated / transliterated."

There is the Tetragrammaton which is "YHWH", Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh, Yah, Adonai, HaShem, Adoshem, YHWH Tzevaot. There is also Adonai, Baali, El, Elah, Eloah, Elohim, El Roi, El Shaddai,Elyon, The Eternal One,Shalom, Shekhinah, HaMakom. However, orthodox Christians only call him God and in the Bible, we have Lord, LORD, and lord which the laymen reads as the same word, however they're distinct in Hebrew.

I understand that some people perceive the names as titles and not names, however that's not how they were understood in Judaism. Also, I don't believe this is a hermeneutics excursion as it's more of a "why did Christianity do that" instead of "how is this translated / transliterated."

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Why are the other names of God not used in Christianity?

There is the Tetragrammaton which is Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh, Yah, Adonai, HaShem, Adoshem, YHWH Tzevaot. There is also Adonai, Baali, El, Elah, Eloah, Elohim, El Roi, El Shaddai,Elyon, The Eternal One,Shalom, Shekhinah, HaMakom. However, orthodox Christians only call him God and in the Bible, we have Lord, LORD, and lord which the laymen reads as the same word, however they're distinct in Hebrew.

I understand that some people perceive the names as titles and not names, however that's not how they were understood in Judaism. Also, I don't believe this is a hermeneutics excursion as it's more of a "why did Christianity do that" instead of "how is this translated / transliterated."