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The existing answer provides a learned and fascinating discussion for tracing the interpretative history of Isaiah 52:13-53:12 (often conveniently abbreviated to "Isaiah 53", the so-called "Fourth Servant Song") from roughly the 1st C. CE. Thus, the conclusion... We can ... be confident that first century converts to Christianity did not invent the idea ...


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First, it should be noted that even if Jews did not view the passage as Messianic before Jesus, that does not prove that it is a invalid interpretation. In Old Testament times, Biblical prophecies were often not recognized until they were fulfilled. That said, let's look at the evidence. Targum Jonathan ben Uziel The Targums are interpretative ...


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Exegesis of Deu. 13:1 The issue with Deu. 13:1-4 as cited in your original post is that the chapter doesn't actually begin with Deu. 13:1 (which is numbered as Deu. 12:32 in most Christian bibles). Rather, it begins with Deu. 12:29 in Christian bibles (and Jewish bibles).1 By starting with Deu. 12:32 (13:1), one neglects to appreciate the preceding passage ...


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The TALMUD is in no way compatible with the Christian Faith. Jesus Christ sternly rebuked the "traditions" of the PHARISEES that would later be transcribed into the Babylonian Talmud. Jesus Stated in John chapter 8 in facing the PHARISEES "your TRADITIONS" (TALMUD) make the Father's law of none effect. In a quick clarification of the answer above, that ...



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