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Who is the narrator in Isaiah 53?

Who is the narrator in Isaiah 53? Who is to be astonished by the ascendancy of he who was formerly despised? Let's find out.

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Who is the suffering servant of the Lord?

Who is the suffering servant of the Lord? Let's find out.

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Did Jesus fulfill Isaiah 53:7?

Did Jesus fulfill Isaiah 53:7 that describes the suffering servant "as a lamb that is led to the slaughter" and as someone who "opened not his mouth"?

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How can Jews say that the suffering servant of Isaiah 53 refers to the Jewish people?

How can Jews say that the suffering servant of Isaiah 53 refers to the Jewish people when not every aspect of this passage has been fulfilled by an...

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Does Isaiah 53:10 (If he would ...) apply to Jesus?

In Isaiah 53:10, God's promises concerning the suffering servant are conditional: "If he would . . . he shall see. . . ." Does this apply to Jesus?

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Did Jesus fulfill the role of the asham, "guilt-offering,"?

Did Jesus fulfill the role of the asham, "guilt-offering," that's used to describe the suffering servant in Isaiah 53:10: "If he would offer himsel...

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Does "He shall see see, prolong days" apply to Jesus?

Isaiah 53:10 says of the suffering servant, "He shall see seed, he shall prolong days." Can this apply to Jesus? Let's find out.

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Portion of the great --- he has nothing?

How can Christians apply the phrase v'ayn lo, "he has nothing" or "he shall have nothing" (Daniel 9:26) and Isaiah 53:12, where the suffering serva...

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Does "no form nor comeliness" describe Jesus?

Isaiah 53:2 describes the suffering servant as one who "had no form nor comeliness, that we should look upon him, nor appearance that we should del...

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Does "despised and we esteemed him not" describe Jesus?

Does the Gospel's representation of Jesus show fulfillment of the description of the suffering servant: "he was despised and we esteemed him not" (...

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Does "humbled himself and opened not his mouth" describe Jesus?

Isaiah 53:7 says that the suffering servant "humbled himself and opened not his mouth" as a lamb about to be slaughtered or a sheep dumb before its...

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Was Jesus "stricken by his enemies"?

Isaiah 53:4 says that the suffering servant was considered "stricken" by his enemies. Does this describe Jesus in any way? Read on to find out..

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According to Isaiah 53:8, why does the servant of the Lord suffer?

According to Isaiah 53:8, why does the servant of the Lord suffer?

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How does Isaiah 53:8 show that the death of Jesus should not be considered as atonement for all

How does Isaiah 53:8 show that the death of Jesus should not be considered as atonement for the sins of humankind? Read on to find out.

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Did Jews believe the suffering servant was the messiah?

Is it true (as Christians claim) that Jews at the time of the destruction of the Second Temple believed that Isaiah 53 spoke of a suffering messiah...

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Does "By oppression and judgment he was taken away," refer to Jesus?

Does "By oppression and judgment he was taken away," refer to Jesus? Read this interesting post by Gerald Sigal.

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What is meant in Isaiah 53:8 by: "And his life's history who is able to relate?

What is meant in Isaiah 53:8 by: "And his life's history who is able to relate?" Read on to find out in this interesting post by Gerald Sigal

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What is meant in Isaiah 53:8 by: "For he was cut off out of the land of the living"?

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.

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Why do Jews reject the Christian claim that "And his grave was set with the wicked,...

Why do Jews reject the Christian claim that "And his grave was set with the wicked, and with the rich in his deaths" (Isaiah 53:9) refers to Jesus?...

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What is the meaning of "And his grave was set with the wicked, and with the rich in his deaths"?

What is the meaning of "And his grave was set with the wicked, and with the rich in his deaths"?

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Did Israel suffer primarily because of its own sins?

The Jewish interpretation of Isaiah 53 maintains that the suffering servant of Israel suffered because of the persecutions by the Gentile nations. ...

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What is one reason Jews do not accept the Christian belief that Jesus is the incarnation of God?

Why do Jews not accept the Christian belief that Jesus is the incarnation of God? What is that one reason? Let's find out...

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Is it true that the Zohar's commentary on the Shema confirms the Christian doctrine of Trinity?

Is it true that the Zohar's commentary on the Shema confirms the Christian doctrine of Trinity? Let's find out in this interesting post.

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If Jesus was God as well as man how could Satan expect to tempt him?

In this post by Gerald Sigal, we get answers to the question, as to how, if Jesus was God as well as man, Satan felt he could tempt him? Let's find...

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Does Philippians 2:11 show that Paul taught that Jesus and God are equal?

In Philippians 2:11 Paul states "that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father." Doesn't this show that he taught that Jesus and God ar...

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Did Flavius Josephus provides corroborative evidence for Christian claims?

Is it true that the first century C.E. Jewish historian Flavius Josephus provides corroborative evidence for the Christian claims concerning the al...

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Does Revelation 11:15 show the equality of Jesus and God?

Revelation 11:15 states that "The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord and of His Christ." Doesn't this verse show the equality ...

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Jesus says, "I and the Father are one ." Doesn't this show that they are one in essence?

In John 10:30 Jesus says, "I and the Father are one [hen]." Doesn't this show that they are one in essence? Find out in this interesting post by Ge...

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Is one of the best New Testament proofs for the doctrine of a triune god is found in 1 John 5:7-8?

Is one of the best New Testament proofs for the doctrine of a triune god is found in 1 John 5:7-8?

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Does Psalms 110:1 show that the Messiah will be greater than David and be a divine being?

Doesn't Psalms 110:1 show that the Messiah will not only be greater than David but must also be a divine being? Read this interesting article by Ge...

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