Pentagrammaton

A Greek word for “five-letter name.” The Pentagrammaton refers to Hebrew YHShVH and YHVShH, Yeheshuah and Yehovashah, names ascribed to Jesus Christ. The unpronounceable Tetragrammaton, YHVH, becomes speakable with the addition of the letter Shin, further alluding to Christ as the Word of God, who was in the beginning.

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