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Question 1: Instead, common Jewish use has been to substitute the name "________" ("My Lord") where the Tetragrammaton appears.
Nevi'imJewish eschatologyNames of God in JudaismKabbalah

Question 2: According to the ________ (1907) and B.D.
Pope John Paul IIUnited StatesCatholic ChurchCatholic Encyclopedia

Question 3: Evidence from ________ philology and archeology has been tried, resulting in a "scholarly convention to pronounce יהוה as Yahweh".
SemiticArabic languageSemitic languagesCanaan

Question 4: ________[19] writes Ἰαοὺ (Iaou)—see also below;
Orthodox ChurchClement of AlexandriaChurch FathersOrigen

Question 5: On the other hand, ________ still generally regards the sacred Name as a minor issue while observant Jews believe it is respectful not to speak the Name at all[67].
BaptistChristian denominationChristianityEcumenism

Question 6: After the destruction of the Temple (70 C.E) the liturgical use of the name ceased, but the tradition was perpetuated in the schools of the ________.
Orthodox JudaismConservative JudaismRabbiJews

Question 7: The Masoretes added vowel points (niqqud) and cantillation marks to the manuscripts to indicate vowel usage and for use in the ritual chanting of readings from the ________ in synagogue services.
Biblical canonNevi'imBibleChristianity and Judaism

Question 8: Modern observant ________ no longer voice the name יהוה aloud.
AntisemitismJewish ethnic divisionsSephardi JewsJews

Question 9: Yeho or "Yehō-" is the prefix form of "YHWH" used in Hebrew ________; the suffix form Yahū" or "-Yehū" is just as common.
El (deity)Theophoric nameJehovahElijah

Question 10: The vehemence with which the utterance of the name is denounced in the ________He who pronounces the Name with its own letters has no part in the world to come![39]—suggests that this misuse of the name was not uncommon among Jews.
MishnahTalmudToseftaMinor tractate
















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