Gerald Sigal shows another reason why Isaiah 53 cannot refer to the Biblical Jesus.
An interesting article from Jews for Judaism
In this question and answer post, find out from Gerald Sigal whether Jesus did anything of violent nature during his lifetime.
Is it true that in conformity with Isaiah 53:9, “he had done no violence,” Jesus did nothing of a violent nature during his lifetime?
Answer: No, this is not true.
Violence, while not always an act of evil, may be defined as causing injury or damage by rough or abusive treatment. If the New Testament account is true, Jesus did commit certain acts of violence. Whip in hand he attacked the merchants in the Temple area, causing a fracas (Matthew 21:12, Mark 11:15-16, Luke 19:45, John 2:15). He caused the death, by drowning, of a herd of swine by allowing demons to purposely enter their bodies (Matthew 8:32, Mark 5:13, Luke 8:33) and destroyed a fig tree for not having fruit out…
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