Chapter 16

THE NAME AND THE BOOKS OF THE BIBLE

The books of the Bible, too, point to the name of God. On the one hand they are lined up again in the form

"3 + 1" (> OUO + I) namely Torah, Prophets, Ketuvim (= Psalms according to Jesus, Luke 24:44), the three parts of the Old Testament according to the old Jewish canon, and the New Testament = the one part.

On the other hand the first four books of the New Testament indirectly point to the name of God in its pronunciation IOUO. Beforehand we must say, however, that the first book of the New Testament must be of course the gospel of John. It belongs to the first place, because it starts with the same words as Genesis namely: "At the beginning" (TIJARB = ╔n Ńrhŕ ). Start of the Old Testament = start of the New Testament! The second book is Matthew, the third book is Luke, the forth book is Mark. Then we come to the following picture:

1

2

3

4

═oßnń▀

Maffaio▀

Louka▀

Marko▀

 

 

 

 

 

first vowel

 

last vowel

second vowel

last vowel

I

O

U

O

    two totally different books point to two different vowels

    two similar books with many parallel reports both starting with Ma and ending with o▀ point to two equal vowels

    Remark: Louka▀, second vowel is Y (43)

 

When we add to these four books the book of Acts (Greek: PRAXEIS APOSTOLWN) which is pointing to the word Apostles, starting with an A, we come to the following word-combination, a well-known picture:

Also the first books of the Old Testament contain two similar books, because "Deuteronomy" means "repetition of the law". Maybe also here a parallel to God's name could be found.


 

(43)  After vowels u was a U-sound, lateron the ou together was read as a U-sound which points to U, too. Sometimes u was a substitute for W or V: Daueid = David, eŘaggeliˇn = Evangelium (German) = Gospel = good news. Compare: The Kingdom Interlinear Translation of the Greek Scriptures, front-cover inside.

 

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