Category Archives: Messiah

Isaiah 53 – Vindication

Isaiah  53 is all about vindication. God’s servant, who suffered grievously, will one  day be vindicated to the eyes of those who despised him. This is the primary  thrust of the passage. The missionary interpretation insists that it is  Jesus … Continue reading

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Response to Line of Fire 11

Response to Line of Fire 11 In his February 7 2013 radio show Dr. Brown takes issue with a presentation by Julius Ciss; Director of the Canadian branch of Jews for Judaism. Julius’s presentation is simple and straightforward. He explains … Continue reading

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Excerpt from Critique of Vol. 4

3. Objection 5.11 Brown discusses the Jewish objection that argues that if Joseph was not Jesus’ biological father, then Jesus was not a descendant of David on his father’s side. This tells us that Jesus could not be the Jewish … Continue reading

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Annelise on the Messianic Hope

Annelise on the Messianic Hope Throughout Tanach, David is described as being devoted to God (as a creation, and therefore as a worshipper), and keeping His laws and decrees. A lot of these descriptions come in the context of God … Continue reading

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The King’s Musician – Tactics of Persuasion

The King’s Musician – Tactics of Persuasion The prophets of Israel painted a future of light. They described a world in which war is a forgotten concept (Isaiah 2:4). They talked of a world in which all of mankind enjoys … Continue reading

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The Applicant with 353 References

The Applicant with 353 References “Of Whom Speaketh the Prophet?” Imagine that it is your responsibility to hire a person to fill a critical position in a department that is essential for the welfare of your nation. A particular candidate … Continue reading

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Isaiah 53

Isaiah 53 1.            The identity of the servant and the anti-Semitism of the Christian scriptures Christian missionaries seem to be impressed by the fact that many people immediately associate this scriptural passage with the person of Jesus from Nazareth. Let … Continue reading

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