This is part 2 of a 3 part series by Angela Dekort about why she converted to Judaism. You can read Part 1 and Part 3 as well.
Another category of verses that Christians quote in an attempt to justify their theology are those passages in which God is spoken of in plural terminology.
Is Isaiah 7:14 talking about a virgin birth? The answer is simple. This passage in Isaiah isn’t speaking about the Messiah or a virgin birth.
What is meant in Isaiah 53:8 by: “For he was cut off out of the land of the living”? Read on to find out in this interesting post by Gerald Sigal.
In Isaiah 53:10, God’s promises concerning the suffering servant are conditional: “If he would . . . he shall see. . . .” Does this apply to Jesus?
Who is the suffering servant of the Lord? Let’s find out.