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ENUMCLAW, Wash., Jan. 4, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ -- According to the online study tool Blue Letter Bible, the name Yahweh or Jehovah (spelled YHWH in Hebrew) appears 6,519 times in the Old Testament. It is used more than any other name of God. The name YHWH was considered too holy to speak out loud. When Christians see the name YHWH they typically think of God the Father or the Triune Godhead.
In his book "YHWH Pre-incarnate Jesus" Bradley J. Cummins presents a different view. He sets out to prove that YHWH is pre-incarnate Jesus rather than God the Father or the Triune Godhead. "This is a book that I believe is going to cause a stir within the Christian community" Cummins says, admitting that he has already run into some opposition. Still, he is convinced that there is plenty of scriptural evidence to support his view. "I believe that the use of the word LORD instead of YHWH has caused tremendous confusion in identifying YHWH as pre-incarnate Jesus," Cummins points out. "The book fully explains that."
Brad Cummins grew up in the Catholic faith but recognized that the religion left him with a lack of Bible knowledge. As an adult he decided that it was time to learn more about Scripture and eventually joined a neighborhood Bible study that included people from different denominations. He was "born again" through this group and immediately gained an understanding of the Scriptures. He saw the difference in having the Holy Spirit as his teacher. After 30 years of being a Christian, Cummins believes that it was the Holy Spirit that revealed the ideas presented in "YHWH Pre-incarnate Jesus." When it comes to questions about the beliefs he expresses in the book, Cummins simply asks that people examine the scriptural proof that he gives.
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