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Use of God"s name Jehovah on coins, medals, tokens and jetons

by Saul B. Needleman

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Published by Xlibris in [Philadelphia] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tetragrammaton in numismatics.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 424-428).

    StatementSaul B. Needleman.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCJ161.T48 N44 2002
    The Physical Object
    Pagination428 p. :
    Number of Pages428
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3571942M
    ISBN 101401084109, 1401084095
    LC Control Number2002096149

    The area of numismatics that includes medals and tokens is known as exonumia. Medals and tokens are generally metallic in nature, resemble coins but have not been monetized by an issuing authority. However, they can have exchange value when issued by a merchant that will allow a certain trade-in value toward the purchase of goods at a given.   This book is a good first book on tokens and medals: however, the best way I describe it is that it contains a little bit of everything and not much of anything. I bought it primarily for centennial tokens, i.e. There are at least 5 types and it mentions only one which I do not have. It still is helpful if you don't have specialized Reviews:

    Jehovah In Hebrew Jehovah Names Psalm 83 Lion Wallpaper Taste And See Finding God Bible Truth Jehovah's Witnesses Conspiracy Theories Arborfield, Berkshire Stained glass Head of Aaron by John Rowell of Wycombe , very unusual piece for a parish church.   Summary: Jehovah’s Witnesses teach that apostate Christians removed the name Jehovah from the Bible and that its “restoration” to the Bible and its constant use by Jehovah’s Witnesses mark them as the true Christians. However, there is overwhelming evidence that the New Testament writers did not use the name Jehovah. This article is one of a series of articles explaining .

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Needleman,Xlibris edition, in EnglishPages: Here is a very rare book from { pages} called the "USE OF GODS NAME JEHOVAH ON COINS, MEDALS, TOKENS, JETONS". This book explores the history of the name "Jehovah" and the "Tetragrammaton" on many artifacts throughout history.A Name that God gave to himself "That men may know that you, whose name is JEHOVAH, you alone are the most high over all the earth."Seller Rating: % positive.

Use Of. Use Of God's Name Jehovah On Coins, Needleman, B. Free Shipping, $ For example, the Latin words Benedictus Sit Iehova Deus, meaning “May Jehovah God Be Praised,” are found on gold coins that were minted for many years in Switzerland [1].

In fact, within the past several hundred years, God’s name in Hebrew and Latin has appeared on over a thousand different kinds of coins, tokens, medals, and jetons.

These shared a common denominator: that God attended the constant appeals for protection and solace, in their lives, by royalty and citizens of the time. The appreciation of this faith was the use of the Name of God, in Hebrew, considered the language of God, on coins and medals Reviews: 1.

Use Of. Use Of God's Name Jehovah On Coins By Saul B., Ph.d. Needleman English Paperba. $ Though his numismatic interests were wide, he concentrated on ancient coinage, English hammered coinage, coins of Israel, and Judaica in Numismatics. This last numismatic passion led to write Use of God’s Name: Jehovah on Coins, Medals, Tokens and Jetons, a page book published in Use of Gods Name Jehovah on Coins Needleman Ph D Saul B ~ These shared a common denominator that God attended the constant appeals for protection and solace in their lives by royalty and citizens of the time The appreciation of this faith was the use of the Name of God in Hebrew considered the language of God on coins and medals of the middle ages.

The Jehovah’s Witnesses emphasize the use of Jehovah to the extent that any other name or title for God is viewed as borderline idolatry or outright heresy. With all of that said, it is not crucial to the Christian faith for the proper pronunciation of YHWH to be known.

In fact, within the past several hundred years, God’s name in Hebrew and Latin has appeared on over a thousand different kinds of coins, tokens, medals, and jetons (substitute coins).

What led to such widespread use of the divine name, examples of which can be seen on this page and the accompanying one. Why the Use of God’s Name. Beginning. Some, though, may feel that because God is holy and almighty, it would be disrespectful to use his name.

Of course, it would be wrong to use God’s name in an unworthy way, just as you would not misuse the name of your close friend. However, it is Jehovah’s will that those who love him honor his name and make it known. Tokens & Medals coins online. Find the best selection from the most respected coins dealers around the world.

Visit Now. Tokens (public and private) and medals (military, shooting, etc.) issued from AD to today. Numiscorner. China, Token, China General Omnibus Company.

- Ancient coin with Jehovah's name, year. More info can be found in the Davenport suite of Taler volumes as well as in the "Use of God's Name; Jehovah on Coins, Medals, Tokens, and Jetons" by Saul Needleman. Ursula Kampmann writes: I know all your readers will know what a Portugalese is - here the historical background, why it developed.

These shared a common denominator: that God attended the constant appeals for protection and solace, in their lives, by royalty and citizens of the time. The appreciation of this faith was the use of the Name of God, in Hebrew, considered the language of God, on coins and medals of the middle of God's Name Jehovah on Coins (Paperback).

"The Name Jehovah at the Time of the European Reformation" – documentation and illustrated book – The new book is the only one in the English numismatic literature dealing with this topic. It is based on the translation of the German book “God´s Name on Coins, Talers and Medals” (see above), which has been published in December Hogge Money was the first coinage for any English-speaking region in the New World and is the first coin listed in the standard reference known as the "Red Book".

Hogge Money coins were made in London for use in the newly established Plantation of Somer Islands, now known as Bermuda. The crudely made 2, 3, 6, and pence coins were issued in Tokens (public and private) and medals (military, shooting, etc.).

Laurel Certified Coins. CIVIL WAR TOKEN:Broas Pie Baker, NGC MS63 BN, Both sides, One Country, Clashed Obverse, New York. Many of today's Bibles do not use the divine name, favoring instead to use the title 'Lord' or 'God' in it's place.

At least 26 English versions: New World Translation(Jehovah times). Jehovah is a pronunciation of the Hebrew consonants of YHWH (the sacred Name of the God of Israel revealed in the Hebrew Bible) and the vowels of Adonai (Hebrew for “my Lord”).

When the Hebrew Bible was first written down in the Hebrew language, they wrote only with consonants, not vowels. So the sacred Name of God was written “YHWH” and likely was pronounced “Yahweh.”.A vibrant community of coin collectors, the NGC Collectors Society serves to support this fascinating hobby by engaging enthusiasts from across the world, providing exclusive tools and resources, and acknowledging remarkable coin collections.Ancient and medieval coins honored the planets and the zodiac constellations.

There are modern zodiac coins, medieval and Baroque jetons, medals, and commemorative coins which portray the zodiac plane as a strip of signs against the sky. There are commemorative medals that include either one zodiac sign or all twelve for good luck.