it is the intent. the point is not the language, the mispelling, the mispronunciation; rather it is the intent. we worship and pray in spirit and the intent of that goes way beyond our shortcomings. it is also very personal, and that goes beyond social and cultural norms. what i mean is if you lived in a foreign country and everyone called their fathers, dad; but your son called you papa, not only is that correct because it is a personal name between the two of you, but its correct because he called you out of love and you love him back; therefore, you respond.I'm very torn on this as well. I know great miracles have been brought to pass calling on the name of Jesus. Yet, I also know that is not His name. I don't know the subtleties of the language, but I think Yahshua is His Hebrew name, translated properly into English would be Joshua, not Jesus. His Aramiac name, if I've got the story straight, is more like Y'shua, or Yeshua. The Greek is Iesus, (which corresponds with Zeus). There wasn't even a "J" in the English alphabet until 1555 AD. King James, of KJV Bible fame, was born the following year. So are we even calling on the correct person when we call on the name of Jesus? Don't get me wrong, I think G-d does consider intent, especially when there is legitimate ignorance. Hence, why there are miracles done in the name of Jesus. But if one knows that is not His name, (and is no longer legitimately ignorant) does that name still carry the same weight?