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  • Paperback: 306 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (November 7, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1467919098
  • ISBN-13: 978-1467919098
  • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 5.9 x 8.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,468,126 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Neil Snyder earned a Ph.D. degree in strategic management from the University of Georgia in 1979 and taught leadership and strategy at the University of Virginia for 25 years. He retired from UVA in 2004. Snyder is the author of numerous books including Vision, Values & Courage (The Free Press, 1994) and The Will to Lead (Irwin Professional Publishing, 1997), and he has published more than 100 articles and business case studies. Currently, he is the Ralph A. Beeton Professor Emeritus at the University of Virginia. During his tenure at UVA, he served as Policy Advisor for Regulatory Reform to Governor Charles S. Robb of Virginia (1982-1985), and he was co-chairman in 1985 and chairman in 1986 of the Governor’s Conference on Small Business in Virginia. In 1985, he received the Small Business Advocacy Award of the Virginia Chamber of Commerce.

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Neil Snyder earned a Ph.D. degree in strategic management from the University of Georgia in 1979 and taught leadership and strategy at the University of Virginia for 25 years. He retired from UVA in 2004 after devoting his professional career to teaching and research at UVA's McIntire School of Commerce. He is the author of numerous business books including Vision, Values & Courage (The Free Press, 1994) and The Will to Lead (Irwin Professional Publishing, 1997), and he has published more than 100 articles and business case studies. Currently, he is professor emeritus at the University of Virginia.


During his tenure at UVA, he served as Policy Advisor for Regulatory Reform to Governor Charles S. Robb of Virginia (1982-1985), and he was co-chairman in 1985 and chairman in 1986 of the Governor's Conference on Small Business in Virginia. In 1985, he received the Small Business Advocacy Award of the Virginia Chamber of Commerce.


He served as deacon at Milledge Avenue Baptist Church in Athens, Georgia while working on his doctorate and at Crozet Baptist Church in Crozet, Virginia while teaching at the University of Virginia. In 2002, he began presenting the content of HIS NAME IS YAHWEH to groups in the United States, and since June 2004 he has devoted his time to delivering the message in this book to a global audience and writing books.


Neil Snyder's latest books include What Will You Do with the Rest of Your Life?, Falsely Accused, Stand!, and If You Voted for Barack Obama in 2008 to Prove You're Not a Racist, You Need to Vote for Someone Else in 2012 to Prove You're Not an Idiot.


Neil Snyder's blog, SnyderTalk.com, is updated daily. It includes news items from around the world and a SnyderTalk editorial. SnyderTalk focuses primarily on Yahweh and Israel, but it covers the whole world. He also has a YouTube channel called SnyderTalk Video Commentary.

Neil Snyder continues to write about global events on a regular basis for American Thinker and PJ Media. You can see a list of his articles and blogs at http://www.snydertalk.com/?page_id=17503.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Pruitt on August 14, 2012
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I agree with many things that the author, Neil Snyder, writes in his book, "His Name is Yahweh." I know for a fact and agree with Snyder that the name of YHWH (Yahweh) was removed from scripture and replaced with either LORD or GOD in all caps throughout Old Testament English Bibles. We don't know for sure every place in the New Testament where YHWH was removed, except for the quoted Old Testament scriptures that we know contained the name. I agree with Snyder -- this should never have transpired. I also agree that most Christians are clueless of these changes in the Word of God, and that they have no grasp of the significance of the name of YHWH. I've read through the book twice and made notes. I really do agree with much of what Snyder writes.

However, there are also a few significant errors that I found impossible to ignore. The first error (and perhaps the biggest one) is when Snyder announces twice in the book that God (YHWH) died. If God were to die, we'd all be gone. Snyder mentions that "YHWH died" on page 78 (last paragraph) and on page 151 (first line, third paragraph). YHWH's Christ (Yeshua, the Son of Man) died, but God, YHWH, did not die.

Another notable error may be found on page 122. In paragraph three, Snyder writes, that Yahweh the Father and Yahweh the Son walked between the animal parts that Abraham sacrificed (from Genesis, chapter 15). This statement that claims there are two Yahwehs directly contradicts Deuteronomy 6:4 -- "Hear Israel. YHWH is our God. YHWH is one." It also contradicts Isaiah 44:6 and 8 -- "This is what YHWH King of Israel and his [Israel's] Redeemer, Yahweh of Armies, says: "I am the first, and I am the last, and besides me there is no God [verse 6]... Is there a God besides me? Indeed, there is not.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Bible Student on May 13, 2009
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Dr. Snyder is exactly right, His Name is Yahweh. Not LORD, not GOD, because those are titles, not names. He presents a lot of evidence, that I have corroborated from other sources, to back this up. A key reason that we should use God's Name Yahweh is to distinguish Him from all the false gods in the world. The many false religions of the world all call their gods God. Such as Baal, Molech, Bhudda, Mohammed, etc. And, to make matters worse, many people say that we all worship the same God. Wrong! There is only One true and living God, the God of the Holy Bible, and His Name is Yahweh!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By waltersgirl on February 20, 2012
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My husband introduced me to the Almighty's name shortly after we met. It took me a little bit of research to find out that Yahweh is His Name. Then I started looking at all places in the scriptures that reference His Name-I was blown away. I am always looking for other sources to share with people who have a hard time excepting and using Yahweh - like our pastor. This is by far-and I haven't even finished reading it-the BEST book I have seen on the subject of His name. Highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone-especially if you want to inprove your relationship with Our Creator.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. Baxley on January 4, 2013
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PRUITT review is excellent and really need no further comment, but I cannot help myself -- Snyder, in his book, recognizes that the YHWH of the Old Testament is YaHshua of the New Testament. Reading Zech 14 can make this pretty plain. Snyder, however, then focuses on this name YaHWeh being the Father also. The Name that we are going to call on is YaHshua, the Name of the Savior Snyder ignores, not realizing the real deception in in the bogus name, JESUS. Pruitt is right on point, if YaHWeH is God the Father and He comes in the flesh and then dies, well, everything would have died with Him. YaHWeH, however is not the Father, YaHWeH is YaHshua before He came in the flesh, and once He got here and began His ministry he revealed someone no one knew of or acknowledge and that is God the Father -- Read Matthew 11:27 to get clear on this.
No one can know the son unless the father calls him and no one can Know the Father unless YaHshua reveals Him. Then reading Heb 2:12 we see where it is YaHshua that is making known the Father's Name to His disciples. YaHshua said He lived before and that He came from Heaven John 17:5; 6:38 and -- (Php 2:6) who, though he was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped, (ESV). The KJV has a mistranslation error here that is uncovered by nearly all updated version. The Messiah did not seek to be equal with God the Father. This is, however, what the King of Tyer desired, and it is this king that is paralleled to Satan, seeking to establish himself above The Creator of all things.
This Book by Snyder has a lot to say but misses the mark in a big way.
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