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What was the REAL Name of Jesus?
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What was the actual name of Jesus? Many people know that Jesus's actual Aramaic name was something like: Yeshua. But that is only partially correct. The answer is a little bit more complicated because the final syllable in the original name is a sound that doesn't appear in the English language.
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00:00 Intro: Jesus' Greek name
1:17 The two Joshuas
3:08 Ad break
4:22 The Ayin
5:37 The Sneaky "A"
7:24 The Greek Transliteration of Yeshu'
9:00 The Journey from Iesous to Jesus
10:00 Yeshu or Yeshu(a)?
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