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The name of GOD Almighty: Allah or Yahweh?

From: KAYADYES@cs.com
Date: Sat, 15 Sep 2001 00:09:42 EDT
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To: truthspeaks@answering-christianity.com

Peace and humble greetings

Osama, this site was posted on a predominantly 'Christian' site where Rastafarians often come to reason.  Just recently, the reasonings I presented were on the actual validity of certain stories of the Bible, and the possibility of it being tampered with by man.  The fact is, I have considered myself 'Rasta" for many years, and suddenly feel this whole thing could be a cleverly orchestrated lie. 

The teachings in your site concerning Islam and the Muslim faith are very interesting.   I was contemplating the use of the name "Jah" adopted from the Hebrew Yahweh and extensively used by Rasta.  Jah was the lightening God of the hills, and yet we are told "Jesus" is of the Melchesedek Order, and this is the order of Righteousness.  Melchesedek refers to his God as El-Elyon, El being the primary word for God, Elyon Most High, so why did the Jews and Christians stick with Yahweh, Jah, Jahovia?

Does the word Allah have it's roots in the Hebrew word El?  Is Allah really also El Elyon, and the Israelites went astray early by mis-naming God with their favorite most powerful pagan God?  This is a new awakening, and a most crucial moment in time.

Love, peace and bless-ins in the Most High El (Allah), the One God.

 

 

 

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