Some say in translation the “sh” in Yeshua was used as a single “s” and the last letter “a” was removed in place of “s” to make it sound masculine.
Although same rumours also has it that it was traced down to a Greek god “Zeus” who greatly feared at that time. This has not been proven to be true
It was also proven that, according to wikipeadia, that due to Latin was generally accepted by the Catholic Europeans, and the Latin translation of Jesus was “Iesous” which was modernized into Jesus in the English language.
There has been many sources about how the name was gotten. But the question stil remains a mystery.
The questions on the mouth of many is the reason Jesus was used instead of Joshua the original translation of Yeshua.
Does it really matters what name he is called, since we are aware he is the one we are praying to.
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