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In Tanakh and Talmud

Was Isaiah a prophet?

Yes, Isaiah was one of the greatest of the Jewish prophets. Helived in Jerusalem over 2500 years ago and spoke many prophecies,which are recorded in the Book which bears his n (MORE)
In Tanakh and Talmud

When did Isaiah live?

The prophet Isaiah's time can be fixed by reference to the reigns of the Kings in which he prophesied. . Isaiah 1:1 (King James Version) . The vision of Isaiah the son o (MORE)
In Old Testament

What did Isaiah do?

Isaiah was a prophet known in the old testament. He lived around2700 years ago and according to Christian interpretation ofscripture he saw the coming of Jesus Christ. He spok (MORE)
In The Bible

Who was Isaiah in The Bible?

Isaiah was a prophet in Judah (and the son of Amoz) during the time of Kings Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah of Judah (Isaiah 1:1) and Kings Pekah and Hoshea in Israel. He (MORE)
In Old Testament

Why is the book of isaiah named isaiah?

The Book of Isaiah is named after its author, the Prophet Isaiah. His name translates: The Lord is the strength of my salvation.
In Old Testament

What did isaiah prophecy about?

Isaiah prophesied about the downfall of Israel, how the Romans would take over Israel, and how Jesus would come and save the world from sin.
In Old Testament

Who was the prophet Isaiah?

Isaiah was a prophet in the Old Testament. He prophesied around 740- 690 BCE. He is generally considered to be the greatest of theprophets. He called people to to turn from li (MORE)
In Tanakh and Talmud

What did Isaiah preach about?

Five of the prominent topics in Isaiah (Yeshayahu) are: 1) Warning the people of Judah about the future destruction of the First Temple 2) Predicting the downfall of various (MORE)
In The Bible

Who was Isaiah?

Isaiah (meaning 'Salvation of YHWH') was a prophet from around778BCE to the '14th year of Hezekiah's reign'(about 732BCE/Isaiah36:1+2). He was the son of the prophet Amoz, and (MORE)
In Old Testament

When did Isaiah write Isaiah 714?

Isaiah's ministry lasted approximately 55 years, from about 739 B.C. to 686 B.C. We don't know the exact date of this prophecy, but King Ahaz was ruling. His rule was from 742 (MORE)