That Which Name May Not Be Uttered
Jan 1st, 2017 by papayou
Conservative Jewish tradition holds that G-d remains nameless, and is reffered to as "the Name" or "that which name may not be uttered." So God interacts, but does so intermittently, what John Dominic Crossan calls "asserstion and subversion." But when God becomes flesh, he takes on a name. Yeshua, which means "God saves." A sermon given by Fr. Tim Sean Youmans on the Feast of the Holy Name, at St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral Oklahoma City. Numbers 6:22-27, Galatians 4:4-7, Luke 2:15-21 and Psalm 8.