Some of the most powerful prophecies about the Messiah were made by the Jewish prophet Isaiah, who lived in the eighth century BCE. It was a turbulent time in the history of Israel: the kingdom was divided, and wars and invasions abounded as alliances were made and broken.
In the midst of chaos, Isaiah paints an accurate picture of God’s plan for the future of Israel and the nations. He also describes the Messiah, the one whom God would send to change the world!
Take a moment to read the words of the prophet, and then consider how these predictions could possibly have been fulfilled by anyone other than that well-known Jewish carpenter from Israel, Yeshua the Messiah. If not him, then who else?
Watch as Messianic Jewish scholar Dr. Michael Brown and Orthodox Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, one of America’s best-known rabbis, argue for two very different interpretations of Scripture. Originally held in the summer of 2007 on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, this debate Did Jesus Die for Our Sins? features opposing viewpoints about the hard questions surrounding the identity of the Suffering Servant of Isaiah 53.
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