“No”, is what most of us is being taught. “God’s Name is too holy for us being pronounced. Only the high priest was allowed to pronounce the Name of the God of Abraham, Isaac & Jacob one time a year, during the Day of Atonement, in the Holy of Holies.”
Others are being taught that it isn’t written in the Bible that nobody is allowed to pronounce the Name of our God, except for the high priest, who was allowed to pronounce the Name of our God just one time a year.
Reason enough for me to find out exactly what is and isn’t written in the Bible about the Name of our God. I don’t mean what the rightful pronunciation of God’s Name is, because we all have different dialects. I know my dialect/pronunciation is different than most of yours.
"Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you"
Among believers it is the most debated topic.
Why? Because the exact date isn’t mentioned in the Scriptures.
I know three possible birthdates of our Messiah, of which two are most known and one is less known among believers of Yeshua/Jesus.
If it were important for us to know when exactly Yeshua was born, it would have been mentioned in the Scriptures. So, not for the sake of importance but to our curiosity, let’s check these three birthday possibilities.