The Hebrew Name of our God

HaShem - The Name. In yesteryear, God's Name was (and is) too Holy to be spoke or even written hence God was referred to HaShem - The Name.


The Hebrew Name of Jesus

The Torah in Hebrew would have been the language read in the synagogue. Early written accounts of Yeshua's life would have been in Hebrew.

  • The Alpha & Omega

    "I was dead, and behold I am alive for ever and ever!"

  • The Creator

    "For by Him all things were created."

  • The Name

    "Protect them by the power of your Name, the Name you gave me."

  • The King

    "King of kings and Lord of lords."


Transmitted - Written - Translated

Our Bible today, is a translation of the contents of 5 old books known as Codex. They are available to view online or to visit in museums. These form the doctrinal linchpin for Christianity.

Nicaea Creed

Early Christianity

Early Christianity did not have the advantage of a Bible with its theology all debated and agreed. To bring commonality to the core of Christianity the 'Nicaea Creed' statement was agreed at the First Council of Nicaea in 325.

The Amen


In Hebrew the word 'Emunah' has a similar spelling to the word 'Amen' but over the years the meaning has diminished.

The 'amen' has been used at the end of a prayer as a prayer terminator with a response of 'amen' to signify an agreement to the prayer.