‘In the beginning was the word and the word was with God and the word was God.’
The biblical verse above, (John 1:1), has been studied for centuries, yet the meaning behind it has not been interpreted correctly. During my studies of Ancient Judaism, my findings suggest that YHVH was not the God of the beginning, but a God who revealed himself to Moses and not to Abraham, Isaac, or Jacob, who came before Moses. In Hebrew, YHVH means, ‘Supreme Being,’ and is said to be above all Gods. My findings also suggest that the early rabbinic leaders changed the letters of Creators’ name as well as the Messiah’s.
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