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  • Jesus was actually named: Yeshua Ben Yosef "It is most proper to call Him Yeshua. It was indeed his proper name, given to him by his parents, and only in Hebrew does this name have any meaning. In Hebrew Yeshua means both 'Salvation,' and the concatenated form of Yahoshua, is 'Lord who is Salvation.' The name Jesus has no intrinsic meaning in English whatsoever." Ben means "son of". Yosef is who we in the English world call Joseph. (I decided to answer it myself in the end!)
  • The Messiah the son of the living Yahweh? His name was Yahshua which is the same name as the son of Nun in the so called "Old Testament" which has been transliterated in our English language as "Joshua". This name means 'Yahweh is Redeemer'. Both the names "Jesus" and "Yeshua" are void of the Name of our Heavenly Father and Creator. The name Yeshua simply means 'he is redeemer' and does not convey Who our Supreme Redeemer is. Yahshua proclaimed that he came in his Father's Name. The Name Yahweh
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  • Higher Power, Big Dude, GAWD, etc
  • Jesus was his real name. Names change when they pass through languages, and 'Jesus' is a well transliterated (hebrew->greek->english) version of that name....and the widespread acceptance isn't in doubt either. Joshua is actually the same name as Jesus, only it went directly from Hebrew to English, rather than passing through Greek. Jesus' name has a meaning - Jehovah is Salvation. One thing...prior to arriving on earth, his name was Michael and he served as the Archangel (see Daniel 12, right at the beginning). Also...Revelations references a new name, but that's too much to get into.
  • Jesus Christ or "Yehshua" the Messiah as it is in Hebrew If I am not mistaken. I hope this helps. :) -In the Master's service. Thank you and God bless you!
  • The pronunciation of names change from language to language. For example the names we know as Noah, Abraham, Solomon and Jesus in English are Nooh, Ibraheem, Suleymaan and Eessa respectively in Arabic. The Holy Qur'an is claimed to clarify and correct misconceptions. It does not refer to Jesus as being ben Joseph that is son of Joseph because it asserts that he was born to a virgin. So throughout the HQ he is referred to as the Messiah Jesus son of Mary or in Arabic Al Masseeh Eessa ibn Muryum.
  • it's pronounced Hey-Zeus
  • You could instead call Jesus "Bimbo," Mambo," whatever you like. It doesn't really matter so long as what you mean by that is the one who brought salvation. Everyone uses the same name, "Jesus," because the point of language, after all, is communication and some form of agreement between/among minds. In other words, it's a practical thing. Ultimately, however, the term itself is a meaningless symbol apart from its significant (the meaning behind the symbol). I think what I'm saying here is that Jesus doesn't necessarily have a "real name." Of course, this may simply go beyond what you meant to be answered. If that's the case, thanks for bearing with me!
  • Joshua/Jeshua in Hebrew. "Jesus" is greek as the audience for the early writings was a Greek literate culture (custom and language). The selection of "Jesus" as the Christos name is no coincidence. The Gematra (Numerical equivalent) of his name is '888' which represents a perfect tone in music. Know Thyself.
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  • It's possible that there was no one named Jesus ever to exist, and that the actual person's name was Appolonius of Tyena. Consider that he was a philosopher who lived at the same time as Jesus supposedly lived. Jesus was more a title given later so they would better fit being the Messiah.
  • Immanuel- God is with us or God among us...
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  • Yeshua of Nazareth. Son of the carpenter.
  • I call Him The Lord Jesus Christ. Joshua is (as is pointed out in a previous answer)another pronunciation of the same meaning, but there is no other name given under heaven whereby men can be saved.
  • It could be Joseph or Joshua...when the angel came to Mary he said...and His name shall be Emmanuel, meaning God with us.
  • Interestingly enough, most of the answers all refer to the Hebrew language but Yeshua and the disciples spoke and wrote in Aramaic. And no his name is NOT least not the common pronunciation of the name. Do we say "ja-wan" for Juan? "joe-say" for Jose? So why do we say "Jee-zus" instead of the proper "hey-soos"?
  • Jesus actually means Joshua. So I guess Jesus' name is Josh. Go figure......
  • I've never heard of Jesus having another name.. All I have ever heard is - Lord Jesus Christ - Jesus - Savior etc Why should he have a different name to what is commonly known?
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