Lew White to The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
August 27, 2016 ·
How Do We Know His Name Is Yahusha?
In the early centuries of Christianity, the Hebrew language and Torah observance was under siege. Greek culture and language was dominant at Alexandria, Egypt.
The first followers wrote their “gospels” and letters in their common language, Hebrew, not Greek. This is proven from the fact that the church (circus) fathers (like Origen and Epiphanius) wrote about encountering Natsarim who held some of the first followers’ (who were called Natsarim, Acts 24:5) writings, and mentioned they were written in the Hebrew script, “as they were originally written.” Continue reading “Lew White to The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary: How Do We Know His Name Is Yahusha?”