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The Divine Name in the New World Translation

    This 70-page book evaluates the translation policy that allowed reinstatement of the divine name Jehovah 237 times in the Christian Scriptures of the New World Translation. An evaluation of ancient Greek manuscripts and early Christian congregation history brings the book to its conclusion. This concise book is an excellent choice as an introduction to the use of the Tetragrammaton by the inspired Christian Scripture writers.

The Tetragrammaton in Hebrew Versions

    This 34-page book evaluates 25 Hebrew versions used to support Jehovah in the New World Translation Christian Greek Scriptures. This book is primarily based on research from the helpful Kingdom Interlinear Translation.

The Tetragrammaton and the Christian Greek Scriptures

    This 360-page book is the most comprehensive study of the Tetragrammaton and the Christian Greek Scriptures available today, as it evaluates early Greek manuscripts and related historic documents. The book includes an exhaustive study of the 237 Jehovah references from the Kingdom Interlinear Translation, a complete explanation of the Jehovah footnote references in the Kingdom Interlinear Translation, a fascinating review of the writings of the patristics (church fathers) and their awareness of the divine name, and a wealth of appendix information related to the divine name and the Christian Greek Scriptures.

The New World Translation and Hebrew Versions

    This 31-page book gives a fascinating insight into the divine name as it occurs in the Hebrew Versions J17 and J18. These two versions were used as important "J" documents in the translation of the New World Translation Greek Scriptures. According to the title pages of both J17 and J18, these two Hebrew versions were produced by THE SOCIETY FOR DISTRIBUTING THE HOLY SCRIPTURES TO THE JEWS. J18 was published by THE TRINITARIAN BIBLE SOCIETY. The questions this short book asks are these: "Why did the New World Bible Translation Committee choose Hebrew versions produced by a Trinitarian Bible publisher as support documents for their New World Translation?" and, "What translation bias will we find in a 'New Testament' published by a Trinitarian Bible publisher for the purpose of converting Jews to a belief in Jesus as Messiah?

Jehovah in the New Testament

    Has new evidence finally been found showing the presence of the Tetragrammaton in early Christian Scripture manuscripts? A recent publication in Italy entitled GEOVA E IL NUOVO TESTAMENTO (JEHOVAH IN THE NEW TESTAMENT) gives the reader that first impression. This short book is a response to Matteo Pierro's work.

A Field Service Encounter

    Though it was a topic rarely discussed in field service, the first time Mike heard the statement, it sounded unusual. This morning, it struck him with remarkable force. An apartment resident challenged the subject of the Tetragrammaton. This 56-page book tells the story of Mike's dilemma as he searches for an answer.

Is the New World Translation a Better Bible?

    In 1950 the New World Translation was published in English. Is this new translation which was produced by the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society (Jehovah's Witnesses), a better Bible?

The Tetragrammaton is Essential to Your Faith

    This brochure asks the question "What importance does the presence of the Tetragrammaton in the Christian Greek Scriptures have for your faith?" It answers the question by saying, 1) The New World Translation, by its own statement of purpose, maintains that the restoration of the divine name is the most distinctive feature of the translation, and 2) Many verses in the Christian Greek Scriptures give the addressee the titles of "God" and "the Almighty."

What are Hebrew Versions?

    This brochure begins by saying "Most who use the New World Translation are familiar with its reference to Hebrew versions. What are Hebrew versions and why are they used to reinstate the divine name Jehovah in the Christian Scriptures of the New World Translation?" The brochure then explains the textual source for these Hebrew versions.

A Personal Bible Study

    This study will help you if you have recently read or heard discussions regarding the Tetragrammaton in the Christian Greek Scriptures. All you will need for this study is your Bible. Jehovah has given you his spirit so that you can learn from your own study. The only conclusions from this study will be your own.

Downloadable Research Library

    This 80-page book was originally written for library use. It gives an expanded outline of each of the above books. Each book can be carefully yet quickly evaluated by reading the chapter's main headings. Each heading is followed by selected summary statements from the chapter itself.

    Downloadable Research Library includes an ample introduction to the subject of the purported use of the Tetragrammaton in the original New Testament writings, why the subject merits critical study, and why it is important for both ones of Jehovah's Witnesses and others who affirm the deity of Jesus.


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