Some scholars say that the Book of Isaiah was written by two authors, now known as First Isaiah and Second Isaiah. Others, possibly a minority, say that there were three authors, and add Third Isaiah as well.
First Isaiah, whom we know as the Isaiah who signed his work in verse 1:1, wrote during the reigns of Kings Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz and Hezekiah of Judah. This places First Isaiah around 700 years before the time of Christ.
There was then a break of over a hundred years before an anonymous author, now known as Second Isaiah decided to add new material to the by-then ancient book, during the Babylonian Exile. Whether he is the same author who continued to write during the early years after the Return from Exile is uncertain. Overall, Second Isaiah (and Third Isaiah) wrote for some decades, but the total is open to debate. They lived around 500 years before Christ.
Thus, the Book of Isaiah was begun around 700 years before Christ and completed about 500 years before Christ.
Isaiah was written circa 740-680 B.C..
Isaiah lived roughly 700 years before the birth of Jesus Christ.
The meaning of the word Isaiah means the lord saves. He was there 700 years before the birth of christ.
Isaiah completed his book sometime after 732 BCE. So it would have been around 700 years before the birth of Jesus.
The prophet Isaiah, was to prophecy, the birth of christ 700 years before the birth of Christ. He also in chapter 53 clearly tells of Christs trial and punishment for us.
Isaiah the prophet was called to do the work by god, he first said no.But his visions were 700 years before th birth of christ.
Isaiah was the best-known Prophet at that time.
It was the prophet Isaiah , who made this prophesy 700 years before Christ was born.
Isaiah foretold the birth of Christ , the trial , all 700 years earlier.
It was the prophet Isaiah .Who 700 years before the birth of Christ said this.
Mainly because he prophesied about Jesus Christ, 700 years before Jesus' birth. In Isaiah chapter 7, he told of his birth, and in chapter 53, he tells of the passion.
Isaiah lived about 120 years before Ezekiel.