Greetings in that Divine and Most Precious Name of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
The person of God that most people call Jesus, in Hebrew was called Yeshua.
Since the Greeks didn't have all the sounds (such as the SH) for his name in their alphabet, it was transliterated to "iesus".
Since we speak English and in English we can pronounce his full name as it was here on Earth, wouldn't it truly be better to address the person whom we call God by his name as even spoken by the disciples and Mary?
That is an oversimplification of the facts of history and etymology. Let me ask you this, since you speak English why don't you call Jesus Joshua as would be the most literal example of your deductions?
The Church has preserved "Ieyesus Kiristos" as the proper, international and universal form of His name, and we are not ones to argue. I used to fall into this ideology of "Yeshua" but that was when I was running with a lot of Black Hebrew Israelites and honestly, those folks are just doing it to spite people. We're not Jews, we don't speak Hebrew, and our Bibles are all based upon Greek translations, even in the Old Testament Septuagint, and so we use Ieyesus Kiristos. If in your heart you feel the need to call Him Yeshua that is fine, but why be so dogmatic against us, as if over a billion Christians could somehow all be just merely duped? As if the Holy Spirit hadn't been strong enough to speak across thousands of years to keep His name with us?
The answer to your question is that there is no better or more valid way to address God in any language, that kind of philosophy is for superstitious folks or Kabbalist Masons
I'm either experience deja vu or we've already talked about this. We don't say YWH either or pray, "Gods" since Elohim is plural. It really hasn't been an issue for anyone until a thread appeared on OCN.
thats not entirely fair for two reasons (a) no body is supposed to say
and (b) in the Church we precisely emphasize the plurality of the Elohim and Theos in the Greek because this is the instance of the Holy Trinity saturating the language of the Old Testament.