Who do you think Isaiah 53 speaks of? Here are some articles to help you consider it.
In his rabbinical training, Rachmiel Frydland found that discussion of Isaiah 53 was continually avoided.[Read More]
Author Efraim Goldstein says there is only one man who fulfills the vivid description of the Messiah in this passage of Scripture. [Read More]
Read stories of secular and Orthodox Jews who were greatly impacted by the Messianic implications of Isaiah 53.[Read More]
A Jewish woman stumbles across a biblical discovery her father made before he passed on.
Articles about Messianic Prophecy
- Does the New Testament mistranslate and misuse the Hebrew Bible when it quotes the prophecies?
- Is Psalm 2 considered messianic by the rabbis and Jewish sages?
- Are the “messianic prophecies” in the past tense, so not about a future Messiah at all?
- What are some passages in the Hebrew Bible that talk about the Messiah?
- Jewish Messianic Interpretations of Zechariah 12:10
- Jewish Messianic Interpretations of Isaiah 53
- In Psalm 22:16 is they pierced a Christian mistranslation?
- In Psalm 2:12, is Kiss the Son a mistranslation by the Christians?
- Does almah mean young woman or virgin?
- Top 40 Most Helpful Messianic Prophecies
- The Problem of the Curse on Jeconiah in Relation to the Genealogy of Jesus
- Hebrew Tenses