What you were never told by the UPCI, David Bernard or any other Oneness writer about the name of Jesus.

The name Jesus with the letter "J" does not appear in the 1611 King James. In all previous versions the letter "J" does not appear.

Jesus was written as Ihesus by John Wycliffe.
Jesus was written as Iesus by the King James translators.
Jesus was written as Yeshu by rabbis who developed it for a cursed name.

The letter "J" symbol was developed in the 17th century.

Here is where the rabbis and tetragrammaton cults deceive thousands of people. And the UPCI and David Bernard helps them.

What you were never told:

The letter "I" has consonant and vowel sounds. The consonant sound is the sound of the letter J. The vowel sound is the letter "I". The Babylonian Aramaic sound of "I" is the letter "Y."

This is why the rabbis, monks, and tetragrammaton cults use the letters "I and Y" interchangeably but refuse to render the consonant J sound.

While the "J" letter symbol did not exist the consonant sound of "I" pronounced as "J" did exist. Basically, if the letter "J" never existed the letter "I" in the name of Jesus (Iesus) would still have the "J" sound.

In 1992 Jerry Kirk, the tetragrammaton cult prophet I debated showed me his 1611 KJV with Iesus in it and ask me to pronounce it. I pronounced it Jesus and he went nuts. Saying I had no right to pronounce the letter "I" as a "J."

What Jerry Kirk did not know was the consonant sounding of the letter "I."

In addition, there was another rule of grammar that when the letter "I" was followed by a vowel it was to be given the consonant pronunciation. Thus in Iesus, the "I" was followed by "e" and so "I" was pronounced as a "J." Thus Jesus.

The consonant "J" sound was removed from the letter "I" and no longer applies except for alphabet use back past the 17th century. All they did was add a fish hook to the letter "I."

In my research I have found the "J" where it appears a fancy "I." This goes back to 900AD at least. How many of these represented the consonant "J" sound I do not know. But it can't be ruled out.

So, when you read 1611 KJV and other older English, Latin, and Greek documents you can convert the "I" to the "J" consonant sound where it would apply. In most English versions after the 17th century where the consonant "J" sound existed the "J" letter is found. Do not allow someone to convince you the "J" letter and sound are wrong in those names and words.

These rules are not English language specific but descend from Latin, Greek, and Paleo-Hebrew. They may not descend from Babylonian Aramaic in which case we do not care because Jesus did not have a Babylonian name.

The UPCI and David Bernard have refused to provide this information causing thousands to be deceived against the name of Jesus.

If you will not stand for the name of Jesus what worth are you?

Now you know why we cannot accept any name for Jesus that starts with "Y" or "I" where they are not given the consonant sound of "J."

Jesus is as good as it gets.

Bishop Reckart
A man God made.