Is there a problem wearing 72 Names of God pendants? Or unlike the sacred Name of God from the Torah it is allowed? The sacred name in the Torah is YHVH (in Hebrew letters Yud Hey Vav Hey) and as far as I know it is not only forbidden to pronounce it but also to wear it as a jewelry of any kind.
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8Would a Jew violate the prohibition to pronounce the name of YHWH by saying “Yahweh” and/or “Yehowah”?
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