The following articles are related to the topic of TETRAGRAMMATON

LORD and Lord: What’s the Difference?

In the Old Testament, sometimes one of the titles for God is set in type with all capitals, "LORD." At other times, there are both the upper and lower case, "Lord." Why does this difference exist? This type-setting format is found in most of the English translations that have been produced over the past several centuries. The notable exception is ... read more »

What About the Name Jehovah?

Why is the name Jehovah not found in the King James Version of the Bible or in most modern translations?" The term "Jehovah," appearing in the American Standard Version (1901), takes the place of "LORD" (all caps) in the King James Translation, as well as in most modern versions. It derives from four Hebrew consonants, called the Tetragrammaton, a term ... read more »