THERE WOULD BE NO MAN CALLED JESUS OR A GODHEAD CALLED THE TRINITY IF IT WASN'T FOR THESE THREE MEN
The Civil Writer Magazine
Gan Giorgio Trissino, an Italian Renaissance grammarian and Frenchman Pierre Ramus
known as the fathers of the letter J influenced the insignificant name change of Ιησούς (Iisoús) to Jesus. Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus was a prolific early Christian author from Carthage in the Roman province of Africa. He is perhaps most famous for being the first writer in Latin known to use the term trinity. When the New Testament was written from the middle of the 1st century AD (c.50–c.100) there was no name recorded as Jesus until (c.1524) and no three Gods in one until (c.200).
These three men separately produced a preincarnate man to become a person who in the flesh embodies a deity, with a Latin name Jesus and a title to posthumously identify him as a God. Jesus Greek name is Ιησούς (Iisoús) and he was a carpenter. His identity would have been no greater than a carpenter if it wasn't for Matthew, Peter and Paul. And even then he was
never accepted by Jewish scholars in the province of Jerusalem. (Lisoús) aka Jesus never showed providence to the Israelite nation but performed spotty bouts of healings and mass feedings but nothing as a messiah and warrior like king David. It would be a half century later (Lisoús) would be assigned as a God by the writings of Matthew, Peter and Paul a claim (Lisoús) never made and it was 10 centuries later he was called a name he would never recognize as Jesus. That (J) sound was foreign to Aramaic, Hebrew, Greek, and Latin. The 1611 King James Bible refers to Jesus as “Iesus” and his father as “Ioseph.” evidence that (J) didn't exist.