If ‘almah means “young woman” in Hebrew why did the Jewish scholar who translated the Book of Isaiah into Greek use a Greek word for “virgin,” parthenos? Answer: The Septuagint is not necessarily a literal translation. Therefore, the use of parthenos by the Septuagint translator of the Book of Isaiah may have best represented [Read More]
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Why do Jews say Isaiah 9:6 does not refer to Jesus? What is the reason behind this? Let’s find out in this interesting post.
Was Jesus conceived in a supernatural way? Did Mary and Joseph claim so? Let’s find out.
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Proverbs 30:4 refers to someone who had ascended up to Heaven, was it Jesus that was being referred? Find out in this question and answer post.
In this interesting post by Gerald Sigal, find out whether there is any prophecy of the Nazarene that may be missing from the Bible. Or is there a missing prophecy of the Nazarene?
Rabbi Kravitz, the founder of Jews for Judaism, is interviewed at the Israel Festival
According to the author of Luke, Joseph came to Bethlehem “because he was of the house and family of David, in order to register, along with Mary, who was engaged to him, and was with child” (Luke 2:4-5). Does this verse show that Mary was a descendant of David? Answer: There is nothing in [Read More]
Isn’t it true that the Gospel of Luke says that Mary is a descendant of King David? There is no verse in the Gospel of Luke that makes the claim that Mary is a descendant of King David. In fact, there is no New Testament verse that makes this claim. © Gerald Sigal