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thank you for your research. have you read peter deusberg et al in:re aids/hiv?
keep preaching the word.
I was wondering where did that picture come from Yeshua in the clouds.
I am so excited by all your writings, please send me a bible that is written as it should be written, and also your literature,
I know I sound like a beggar, I had an accident over a year ago and not able to work.
However this has been a blessing as The bible has been my constant companion, I long for a bible which is written as it should be and any thing you can send me would be so wonderfully received,
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I hope you do not mind posting “The Original Menorah on the Arch of Titus.” on my Flickr account. Pls, if you object – I will take in down.
You can download my literature for free at http://wwwsnydertalk.com and at http://www.hisnameisyahweh.org. I’m sure someone living in your area can help you with a Bible. If not, they are available on the Internet as well. See http://www.snydertalk.com/?page_id=288.
Hi, We would like to connect with you–if we could partner with you to spread the Gospel.
Yahweh TV would llike to partner with you–as we share the same name–kindly give your input.
I would be delighted to partner with you. Let’s discuss details.
It will be my pleasure. Let’s talk specifics.
As I understand, the OT Name for Jesus is Yahshua (Joshua in English) which means “Yahweh is Salvation”. God the Father is Yahweh and his shortened (“nickname”) is Yah, as in Isaiah 12:2, Yah Yahweh. Hallelujah, is actually two words, Hallelu Yah, meaning Praise Yah! as in Psalm 150. Is this your understanding?
The Hebrew name that’s translated as Joshua in English is Yehoshua, not Yahshua. But the Messiah was given an Aramaic name at birth–Y’shua, or Yeshua. Yeshua is the Aramaic equivalent of Yehoshua, and both names mean “Yahweh saves” or “Yahweh is salvation”.
FYI, Yeshua was one of the three most common names for Jewish boys in Israel when the Messiah was born. It was like Bill or Bob or Mike today, and it did not set Him apart. The Name Yahweh did then and does now.
I think you would enjoy reading His Name is Yahweh. You can download it for free at http://www.hisnameisyahweh.org. At the site, you can also listen to and download an audio presentation for free. I think you will enjoy it was well.
Your understandings of “Yah” and “halleluYah” are correct. HalleluYah means “praise Yahweh”.
I thought that Yahweh is the Father, Yahshua is the Son and Elohim is Yahweh and Yahshua. Is that not true?
Yahweh is the Name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. In the Bible, the Father is referred to as Yahweh. The Holy Spirit is called Ruach Yahweh, and it appears in most English translations of the Bible as the Spirit of the LORD. The Son’s Name is Yahweh as well–see Jeremiah 23: 5-6.
Go to the Pages in the column on the right of each SnyderTalk post and take a look at the page titled “Everyone who calls on the Name of Yahweh will be saved”. That will help you a lot, but you also need to read His Name is Yahweh. It can be downloaded from SnyderTalk. It’s in the Pages in the column on the right in a page titled “His Name is Yahweh—the Manuscript for the Book in PDF format”. I hope this helps.
Apakah sebagian besar orang-orang israel juga menyembah Yahweh sekarang ?
Sejak kapan Nama Yahweh disebut oleh bangsa israel dalam perjanjian lama?
Namanya telah Yahweh sejak jaman dahulu. Di Israel hari ini, kebanyakan orang masih tidak akan mengatakan Nama-Nya. Itu adalah kesalahan. Anda perlu membaca Nama-Nya adalah Yahweh. Anda dapat mendownloadnya gratis di hisnameisyahweh.org.
If the name Yahveh is the name of God, why Peshita New Testament does not mention it?
The Peshitta does use it. The Peshitta is in Aramaic, and the Name in Aramaic is MarYah which means Lord Yahweh.
Just started reading your blog. Very interesting. I especially like your insights into current economic conditions, politics, and how it all relates to biblical truths. Praise Yahweh.
Thank you. I hope you visit ST every day and follow the news closely.
Jan 6 article: Para 2 Do you mean “pithy” instead of “pity”?
Yes. Thank you for pointing it out. I’m correcting it now.
I like the info on His name. I have heard it many times over the last few years. Recently I have been looking into finding an answer for a question about Mormons not believing that Yeshua is YHVH. They may say Jesus is Lord, but they don’t believe in the Trinity. My understanding of the statement, Jesus is Lord has the same meaning as saying Yeshua is YHVH or YHWH or so I thought!
I was after a good answer for my older brother because he is a Mormon. I avoid him because every time we speak he continually plugs the Mormon church. He knows that I reject this message but still he won’t stop it. So, as I said I avoid him. Yet I care about him so I have been looking for a good, simple thing to say to get through to him. Smith failing the test of a true prophet is a good one, and not believing in His name is another.
What I would like to ask you, beside helping me to know the truth with clarity on how what your saying about knowing His name, but also to know if you think that people that have been believing the Gospel message are not saved because of their thinking His name to be Jesus?
I thank you for what your doing because I love this God of Love. The only God there is. The creator of all there is. I need Him and what to know Him better and anything that pleases Him I want to know about.
You should read His Name is Yahweh. It’s free at this URL: //www.hisnameisyahweh.org/His%20Name%20is%20Yahweh.pdf
You can buy the book at Amazon in eBook or paperback. The URL is http://www.amazon.com/His-Name-is-Yahweh-ebook/dp/B0026ZQ8XU/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1312439868&sr=1-1
Listen to the audio files at this URL: http://www.snydertalk.com/?page_id=3402
All the questions you asked and many more that you didn’t ask are addressed in the material I suggested.
Dear Mr. Snyder, the following article was written by my spouse, a medical doctor. AT refused to publish it. Its topic ties into the obesity “epidemic”.
Dr. K. F. GERSTON
TRIMMING THE FAT
This is a critique of the government’s anti-obesity policies.
There appears to be a general consensus among both liberals and conservatives that an epidemic of obesity exists and that making people thin will improve their health and lower healthcare costs. Such thinking is not based on any credible science. Obesity is not contagious, therefore it cannot be an epidemic. As a physiognomic characteristic like stature, eye and skin color, it is not a disease. Rather it is a surrogate for race, ethnicity, and society’s unease with the prevailing moral relativism.
Those who defend government intrusion into our personal lives single out a population group to be targeted in order to create a sense of urgency. A campaign is launched against a physically defined enemy. Overweight and obese people become the scapegoats.
There is no scientific evidence to support the idea that fatness per se causes any disease and many authoritative books and articles have been written on the subject over the past twenty years (Gard & Wright, p. 44). In fact, obesity is not listed as an official cause of death. Unfortunately the dissenting voices are drowned out by the largely left-leaning media and the medical literature. People’s memories are short. On June 1st 1998 after a government sponsored panel of diet doctors decided to lower the threshold BMI for obesity from 32 to 30, 15% of the American population became obese overnight (Gilman, p.22; pp.28,29).
There has been an aggressive campaign to detect the risk of diabetes using more inclusive diagnostic criteria for defining it. Another factor to consider is the aging population in this country. It is known that as people grow older their body composition tends to change towards an increase in adipose tissue regardless of their diet. A study of Norwegian seniors showed, surprisingly, that those with a BMI of 30 – 34 enjoyed a longer and healthier life than their thinner (BMI < 25) compatriots (Campos, p.10 ff.).
Gessing & Waldman bring up the cost of knee replacements in overweight people http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/05/cut_the_bloat_both_ours_and_wa.html but how many joggers and exercise fanatics must undergo this same procedure? Why is knee replacement in the obese an unnecessary cost but replacement in joggers and runners is not even mentioned? There is definitely much prejudice involved in the health vs. weight debate. People don't get to weigh 400 pounds merely by eating "unhealthy" foods, neither do they develop diabetes. Morbid obesity and diabetes both have complex but well recognized genetic bases. The notion that a 125 pound Asian man doesn't need a doctor but the "poor" (implying Black and Mexican) are obese and unhealthy because they lack access to "healthy" food is a racial allegation. Let us not forget that Hitler, a vegetarian himself, had a panel of advisors to back up his barbarous racial theories and the same people claimed that Jewish women and Big Food interests were poisoning the Germans with unhealthy, fattening food (Goldberg, p.389).
We accept that there are tall and short people, small boned and large boned people, and people of various hues of skin, and of differing sexual persuasions, yet there is a sinister campaign directed against heavy people only. Why is it that obesity which in and of itself has not been shown to cause any disease (Oliver, p.189) is a threat to public health whereas anorexia nervosa which has a mortality rate of 15% is merely an eating disorder?
People are different: it is no coincidence that the fattest states are those with the highest African – American and Mexican – American populations. The allegation that these people either lack access to "slimming" foods or are somehow ignorant of the "dangers" of fat is tantamount to an attack on these racial and ethnic groups.
In this age of moral relativism our personal lives are shorn of good and bad and everything is seen in shades of grey, yet the concept the good and evil has been transferred onto the foods we eat and the substances in our body. We are all familiar with the buzzwords "good" and "bad" cholesterol, "avoid sodium" and "increase your calcium intake". Chemicals have acquired moral qualities reminiscent of the magic practiced in pre – Christian times. Science does not assign moral characteristics to matter. One cannot talk of good and bad molecules.
Politicians claim that fat people are eating up the healthcare budget because of supposed illnesses unique to obesity. A similar claim was voiced by the Nazis in the 1930's. In his book, The Nazis' War on Cancer (quoted in Goldberg, p. 388 ff.) Robert Proctor notes the Nazis believed that aggressive public health measures would lead to happy, healthy Germans freed from environmental toxins. The slogan "gemeinnutz geht vor eigennutz" (the good of the many supercedes the good of the individual) justified policing personal health. Note that our President has said "my individual salvation comes from collective salvation". According to a Hitler Youth manual the policy was stated clearly: "food is not a private matter, you have the duty to be healthy". (Goldberg, p.389)
In times past man believed in a power greater than himself and attempted to decipher the mysteries of nature. Nowadays big governments play the role of that greater power and pretend to rule over natural phenomena including our metabolism. The result is a widespread hysterical aversion to foods considered wholesome a mere thirty years ago and a fanatical dedication to forceful exercise in the mistaken belief that this will promote health and longevity. No one questions the fact the lifespan of the average American is 15 years longer than his mainly vegetarian counterpart in India in spite of the fact that Americans consume "unhealthy" food. Some experts have recommended chronic restrictive eating as the highway to health, but fear of food and fat is the highway to hell. Have we learned nothing from Hitler's concentration camps and the Communist Gulags in which people were underfed and overworked?
Many studies, kept from the mainstream medical media, have failed to establish a link between body weight, food intake and physical activity. In fact very high body weight can be maintained on relatively low caloric intakes (Gard & Wright, p.44 ff). The misconception about body weight, food, and exercise is based on the concept of the body as a machine that is governed by predictable mechanistic laws stating the number of calories consumed less the number expended equals a proportionate increase or decrease in weight (Gard & Wright, p.42- 45). Likewise, there is no evidence that childhood obesity is related to activity levels. The body regulates its weight in apparently genetically governed ranges through complex neurohumoral feedback mechanisms using a kind of fuzzy logic. Perhaps this is related to the regulation of individual body temperature, the inherited amount of adipose tissue and the structure and sensitivity of the neurohumoral circuits in the digestive system, adipose tissue and the brain.
Little is said about failed school food intervention programs. Over 1700 Native American children in the Southwest were enrolled in an aggressive intervention program in the 1990's. This was followed by an additional 5000 children enrolled in other states. The children were in grades3 – 6 and at the end of the project the average body weights of the enrolled children were no different from those of the control group. (Kolata, p. 197, ff.). The studies were funded by the National Institutes of Health. It appears that Michelle Obama either never heard of these projects or simply ignores their obvious implications. It seems evident that being fat or thin is more the consequence of genetic makeup than any other factor and it is most probable that making fat people thin through starvation and exercise will only contribute to more disease.
Since the 1980's there has been an explosive increase in the number of people doing strenuous exercise. Many of them sustain orthopedic injuries every year which involve costly and painful treatment. How would this effect the Federal health budget? Notwithstanding, there is something for everyone in the war against fat: for the Right fat is the result of gluttony and moral failure; for the Left it is the fault of greedy capitalists hungry for profits at the poor's expense and that of the government (Kolata, p. 195).
It is a sad day indeed when conservatives who claim to see the dangers of big overbearing government and see through the hoax of global warming, fall for the ruse of the obesity epidemic and support the regulation of human physiology by pseudoscientific hacks who play God. Far from cutting health costs the anti-obesity crusade will lead to a many fold increase in treatment for diseases that will be caused by malnutrition and deprivation of the energy providing nutrients: fats and sugars.
As Jesus said (Mark 7. 15 – 16)): "The food that you put into your mouth doesn't make you unclean… The bad words that come out of your mouth are what make you unclean". The lesson is: government cannot make you a healthy, happy individual. Health does not come from abstaining from food and running around. Only through your deeds and actions will you enjoy an inner sense of peace, health and happiness, a meaningful life and consequently less visits to the doctor thereby lowering healthcare costs.
Gard, Michael, and Wright, Jan: The Obesity Epidemic – Science, Morality and Ideology. Taylor & Francis, NY, NY, 2007
Gilman, Sander L.: Fat, a Cultural History of Obesity. Polity Press, Malden MA, 2008 (reprinted 2009, 2010)
Campos, Paul: T he Obesity Myth. Gotham Books (Penguin), NY, NY, 2004
Goldberg, Jonah: Liberal Fascism, First Paperback Ed., Crown Publishing Group (Random House, Inc. NY, 2009)
Oliver, J. Eric: Fat Politics. Oxford Univ. Press, NY, NY, 2006)
Kolata, Gina: Rethinking Thin. Picador, NY, NY, 2008)
Thanks for sharing this with me. You may want to read What Will You Do with the Rest of Your Life? You may even want to share it with your family.
Hi Dr. Snyder,
You mentioned in your book that you can’t give all the reasons why Yahweh’s Name is important. I know why – well, I know the most important reason why, and it’s the only reason that will ever matter. I feel that you and I seriously need to talk. Probably the best way for me to convey what God showed me is to give you the link to my website and to the book I’ve written about His Name. The book is “rough,” in that I have more editing to do. I have read through your book, albeit very quickly, and I think you will agree with my description of the Gospel of Grace. And because of your research and your understanding of Yahweh’s Name, I think you will read what I’ve written and say “YES!” many times over. Granted, there are certainly areas that need improvement in what I’ve written as a draft, but the core, the foundation, and the bulk of it is there. I could use your help with the project if you are interested.
I am so excited to join Yahweh Community please, please help me connect to any of them.
Yahweh bless you more! Thank you for your teaching, it really touched my heart and soul.
Praise Yahweh Forever!
Go to http://www.facebook.com/pages/His-Name-is-Yahweh/75428627619?ref=ts and introduce yourself. Tell them that you are interested in connecting and see what happens.
Is it possible to vote for a Mormon as president.That is now somebody who according to his religion says that my God Jesus is the brother of satan.As far as I know according to Galatians 1 there is no other gospel and the same Paul teaches us that one that can’t say Jesus is God, is antichrist.If somebody can say Jesus is satan’s brother and sit in the White house what will stop somebody that says Jesus was a good prophet to also sit in the White House with the next election.
My question is,aren’t we so busy getting rid of Obama and his government that a real antichrist is sneaking in?
The Mormon religion also believes that Jesus saved us on the cross but that must be another Jesus because our Jesus is God and doesn’t have a broter in the form of satan.We get cross when the Muslims say their god doesn’t have a son,yet these guys believe that our God has a brother and that above all things satan!
Let’s assume that the choice comes down to Obama or Romney: do you think Barack Obama is a Christian? I don’t mean “does he claim to be a Christian?” Based on what you have seen, heard, and read, does it look like Obama is a Christian? I don’t think so. Okay, that leaves us with a choice between a professing Mormon and a person who pretends to be Christian while he courts Muslims in order to win a second term. He’s the same man who is selling Israel out.
To make a long story short, people who keep saying that Yahweh is going to judge American one day aren’t reading SnyderTalk. He’s doing it right now.
Hi Dr Snyder
Does Yahweh still heal sick people today like in biblical times?
Of course He does. Pray to Him and ask Him to heal you. He’s our Savior, Redeemer, and Healer.
What a pleasant surprise to learn that you are at the University of Virginia. There is a strong impression that UVA, like many universities, has committed itself to hot, edgy secularism. I seem to recall that years ago the University spent about $100,000 in legal fees unsuccessfully trying to silence and/or evict a “street preacher” on the Grounds. That struck me as very un-Jeffersonian. I found this site through your article about the Palestinians at American Thinker. I increasingly like hot edgy political incorrectness.
I retired from UVA in 2004 after 25 years of teaching. Today, I’m a professor emeritus. UVA changed a lot over my 25 years. I don’t know if Jefferson would recognize it today if it were not for the buildings that he designed.
It was good to see you again at Sukkot this year. Please add me to your email list. Thank you in advance.
I enjoyed seeing you, too. Thank you for reading SnyderTalk.
In regards to your article at the “American Thinker” (where I read it) and on the blog, you have made a glaring error in regards to gun shows. The error is one perpetuated by the L-S-D (Liberal-Socialist-Democratic) media as well, the idea that any “loophole’ exists at gun shows. The only time anyone can possibly avoid having a NICS check is if they are selling, as a private individual, a firearm. At one time, I could go to a gun show, pay for a table, and legally sell my personally owned firearms, within limits, as a private citizen.
However, any licensed FFL at a gun show is required (just like at their storefront operation) to run a NICS check.
To be fair, a face to face transaction between two private individuals can take place, selling their own personally owned firearms, could take place, just as it could in one’s own home.
Thank you for providing this information. I’v never been to a gun show, preferring gun stores instead. As you suggest, I got my information from the media who are clearly influenced by the L-S-D, as you say. Again, thank you.
I have enjoyed your many essays on American Thinker. It was only recently that I discovered your affiliation through occupation with UVA. I have to therefore ask you a series of questions: 1. How did you ever survive in such a liberal left wing conservative hating institution? 2. How did you avoid getting fired? 3. Did you have tenure at the time you started to write these articles or were you already gone? 4. I have to know: Is Larry Sabato a democrat? As you might have already gathered, I am all too familiar with UVA’s love affair with liberalism having sent and paid for a son that went their. It’s interesting because when i went to college in the 70′s, it was a fairly conservative place. But i guess that could be said of a lot of places back then. Anyway, I love your political philosophy and hope you have the ability to get your views out amongst your conservative hating liberal peers. Are you still at UVA? Somehow I think not. What did you think of the Dragas affair? Are you familiar with that? In closing, I hope hou support Ken Cuccinelli for governor over that carpetbagger McCauliff.
Very good questions. Below are my answers:
1. I went to UVA in 1979 while Frank Hereford was president. It was a very different place back then. Over the years, it became progressively more “progressive.”
2. I worked hard and did a lot of research.
3. I was a tenured chaired professor by the time my emphasis shifted. I started writing things like I’m writing now in 1998, and I retired in 2004.
4. Larry was a Democrat when I first met him in 1979. I don’t know what his party affiliation is today.
Thanks for your comments.
One of your latest articles, Islamists Primary Target, is exactly right. My personal view is that the Adversary (HaSatan) hates the Jew (i.e., the people of the house of Israel) because God created the Jew as His primary means of bringing His blessing to the world (e.g., Yeshua of Natzeret, the Messiah). The Adversary’s hatred is vicious and is expressed in many ways – Nazism, Islam – and through many men – John Chrysostom, Martin Luther, Adolf Hitler. What are your thoughts on Dr. Michael L. Brown’s Think It Thru discussions and conclusion on anti-semitism (http://realmessiah.askdrbrown.org/watch/anti-semitism)?
I think Brown is right.
would like to know how and/or why hadassah could have married a heathen when yhwh law forbids marriage outside of ones own tribe except for the lewee priests? thank you for your consideration of this question, mike
I can’t answer your question.
I HAVE BEEN READING YOUR WEBSITE ON AND OFF. IT IS EXTREMELY ENLIGHTENING. TODAY’S CONTRIBUTION TO AMERICAN THINKER IS ESPECIALLY SIGNIFICANT. I AM A CHRISTIAN, NEW YORKER BY BIRTH AND UP BRINGING. I STAY IN CHARLOTTESVILLE AT MY FIANCEE’S HOME FOR UP TO A WEEK AT A TIME. SHE IS A VISITING SCHOLAR AT UVA. I AGREE WITH YOUR ADMONITION TO PURCHASE WEAPONS AND AMMO. I HAVE THREE RIFLES, SEVEN HANDGUNS AND TWO SHOTGUNS, ONE SEMI-AUTO AND ONE PUMP. I PRAY THAT OUR CONCERNS REGARDING THE NEED FOR THESE ITEMS ARE UNFOUNDED, BUT I FIND MYSELF BEING REALISTIC (AS YOU STATED) RATHER THAN OPTIMISTIC.
I WAS A MOTORCYCLIST (FOR SEVEN YEARS) MY LAST WAS A GOLD WING. RIDING AROUND THE TIDEWATER AREA QUICKLY CONVINCED ME THAT AT MY AGE, 55 AT THE TIME, MY BONES MIGHT BREAK MORE EASILY AND HEAL MORE SLOWLY. I ALSO WANTED TO REMAIN EMPLOYED FOR A BIT LONGER. I’M SURE THAT YOU CAN RELATE.
I HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT HOW A “SINGLE FEMALE MUSLIM” AD WOUND UP ON YOUR WEBPAGE? INTERESTING.
THANKS FOR A VERY READABLE AND INTELLECTUALLY HONEST PRODUCT.
Thanks for your comment. I don’t have anything to do with the ads. Adsense handles the ads, and it’s possible that they try to coordinate ads with site content. There is a lot of material on Muslims and Islamism in SnyderTalk. Since you are familiar with the site, you know what the content is about, but the web crawlers don’t know that. All they see is Muslim or Islam. That’s just a guess. Another possibility is that the ads are coordinated with the computer you are using. If you read articles about Islam and Muslims, either positive or negative, it uses that information to determine which ads to post. That’s just another guess.
I hope Yahweh uses SnyderTalk to attract Muslims and bring them to Him. I’m certain that many of them will come to know Him as we approach the end.
I do appreciate and enjoy your daily posts. However, could you every once in a while post something uplifting. Surely you see someone or some group doing some good in the world and it would be nice to highlight these.
Thank you.for your work. Godspeed.
I report what I think you need to be aware of. The news of the world is what it is. I’m not in control of it.
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