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The Tetragrammaton and the Christian Greek Scriptures


CONTENTS
Overview: The Subject of this Book
i
PROLOGUE
viii
SECTION 1: The Tetragrammaton, inspiration, and a study of the Christian Greek
Scriptures.
Chapter 1:
What is the Tetragrammaton?
3
Chapter 2:
Inspiration and the Christian Scriptures
20
Chapter 3:
A Greek Interlinear Study (Part 1)
29
Chapter 4:
A Greek Interlinear Study (Part 2)
44
SECTION 2: Hebrew manuscripts and their place in the inspired Christian Greek
Scriptures.
Chapter 5:
Matthew's Gospel in Hebrew
57
Chapter 6:
The Textual Source of Hebrew Versions
72
Chapter 7:
The Limit of Inspiration
83
SECTION 3: Greek manuscripts and other historical and textual considerations which
bear on the Tetragrammaton and the Christian Greek Scriptures.
Chapter 8:
The Greek Text in the First Century
95
Chapter 9:
Manuscript Publication Dates
105
Chapter 10: Removal of the Tetragrammaton from Early Greek Manuscripts
119
Chapter 11: The Tetragrammaton or Lord Quandary
137
SECTION 4: A final summary and application concerning the evidence for t h e
Tetragrammaton in the Christian Greek Scriptures.
Chapter 12: LORD, Jehovah, and Inspiration
157
Chapter 13: But if not Heresy, Then What?
164
Chapter 14: The Indistinct Meaning of Kyrios
181
Chapter 15: What Kyrios Means to Me
193
EPILOGUE
200
SECTION 5: Appendices
Appendix A: "J" Reference Sources
205
Appendix B: Comparison of 237 Jehovah References
217
Appendix C: Kyrios in the Christian Greek Scriptures
225
Appendix D: The George Howard Study
236
Appendix E: The Greek Text of the Hebrew Versions
245
Appendix F: Facsimiles of Early Greek Manuscripts
252
Appendix G: J20 hwhy in the Greek Concordance
258
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