Other links for Isaiah 53
Below are links to other counter-missionary websites and documents to assist you in your search for the Truth. Shomrei Emet takes no responsibility for the veracity of information available from these outside sources, and in some cases may not agree with the arguments or conclusions of the author.
To navigate back to Penina Taylor's lecture on Isaiah 53, click here
Uri Yosef's essays, on the Jewish Home www.thejewishhome.org
Uri uses the well-known Scientific Method in a verse-by-verse comparison of the Jewish and Christian interpretations of the Fourth Servant Song - "Isaiah 53". The results of the comparison unambiguously identify which of these two interpretations is the correct one.Who is the Suffering Servant in Isaiah 53? Part I – The Jewish Interpretation, Valid or Not?
Who Is the Suffering Servant in Isaiah 53? Part II - The Christian Interpretation, Valid or Not?
Rabbi Stuart Federow's essay exploring Isaiah 53
Rabbi Stuart Federow's essay shows how stories of Jesus were invented to reflect Biblical verses, and he further shows that upon closer examination of Isaiah 53 in comparison with the Gospels, Jesus could not have been the Suffering Servant of Isaiah.
Rabbi Tovia Singer addresses the question of Isaiah 53 on Outreach Judaism www.outreachjudaism.org
Rabbi Michael Skobac of Jews for Judaism, Toronto answers the question of the Suffering Servant of Isaiah 53 www.jewsforjudaism.org
Rabbi Moshe Shulman's Essay on Isaiah 53 www.judaismsanswer.org
In this extensive essay, Rabbi Moshe Shulman not only addresses the issue of why the Suffering Servant of Isaiah 53 cannot be Jesus, and who it must be, but he also touches on Rabbinic texts that missionaries often use to support their case.