A Name Forever

Who is he bearing the most fitting name forever, a.k.a., “I Am Who I Am”, who first introduced himself to Moses in the burning but unconsumed bush; and last to the whole world in a Spirit-active, perfect and diacritical death on the cross? (Ex. 3: 1-15; John 8: 21-28; 19: 30-37)

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if he had a beginning, as in introducing himself to Moses, and an end, as in a death on a cross, he isn't forever. 

And what happened to the burning bush? 

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