The U in Yahuah was originally pronounced like a W, as the W was developed from the U, so even though the author spells the name ‘YAHUAH,’ it is still pronounced Yahwah or Yahweh,

The Apostles called Him Yahshua.

Very good exposition on the evolution of the name, Jesus, from the Hebrew…


The letter J, with the current pronunciation as in “jump,” did not exist in any language until around 1700 AD.  All other languages still pronounce it like a Y.

This is the historical truth.  Nevertheless,  ‘Jesus’ is an acceptable translation as long as you are worshipping the same person that the Apostles worshipped.