How old was Isaiah the prophet when he died?
We are not told exactly; but he prophesied in the reigns of Uziah, Yotham, Achaz and Hizkiah (Isaiah 1:1), so we surmise that he lived not less than about 110 years.
At the age of 83
Isaiah First Prophet of Old was created in 1978.
The prophet Isaiah - Isaiah 20:1-6
Yes, Isaiah was a major prophet.
The prophet Isaiah was a major prophet in the old testament.
The prophet Isaiah is a major prophet in the old testament.
The prophet Isaiah was alive in his late sixties. According to one non-Biblical story, he was martyred after being accused by a false prophet acting on behalf of a demon. Answer 2 Jewish tradition states that Isaiah lived for about 110 years.
Old Testament personages are usually not accorded the title of saint. Isaiah was a prophet in the Old Testament.
He was a old man.
Isaiah was a prophet of God.
The prophet in the old testament Isaiah was the first one to speak of Emmanuel.
Yes Isaiah was known as a prophet and a statesman.
Isaiah was a Jewish prophet from the Tanakh (Bible's Old Testament). Isaiah was never canonized and is not considered as a saint by the Catholic church.
No, Isaiah was a prophet.
The disciple of the prophet Isaiah was a man called Gehazi.
A prophet speaks on behalf of God and a Priest represents the people to God. Look in the Old Testament of the Bible - Isaiah found in the book of Isaiah) was a prophet. Aaron was a priest (See Leviticus).
Isaiah is an Old Testament prophet and was not canonized. That process did not begin until the 12th century AD.
According to traditional chronology, Isaiah died in or around 530 BCE. See also: Timeline Note: Tradition states that there was only one Isaiah. Theories claiming more than one are unproven. See: One Isaiah (a Christian post) Debunking the JEPD Documentary Hypothesis The authorship of the Hebrew Bible Archaeology
The prophet, Isaiah (see Isaiah 7:14).
Isaiah was a prophet, not an angel.
The prophet Isaiah comes in the book of Isaiah.
Tradition has it that Isaiah was murdered by being sawn in two by Manasseh when he was an old man after having lived through the reigns of 4 kings from 739-686BC but dates of his birth and death are unknown [From John MacArthur's Notes on Isaiah in his Study Bible].
Isaiah is an Old Testament prophet and not considered a patron saint. Also, persons from the Old Testament are generally not givven the title of Saint.
Isaiah preached in Jerusalem
Isaiah was born in Jerusalem.
Isaiah died at the hands of Manasseh, he was cut up by a wood saw
At that time, Isaiah preaches when the threat came from Assyria. He was a mayor prophet.
The prophet Isa could be Isaiah .
Isaiah is a Jewish prophet.
Isaiah is an Old Testament prophet and not a New Testament saint.
The bible does not tell us, but he could be in his late thirties or forty.
Isaiah was a prophet, not an angel.
Isaiah prophesied to the Hebrew people.
Isaiah father was called Amos.
Isaiah lived until at least 701 B.C. According to Jewish tradition, Isaiah died by being sawn in half during the reign of the evil king Manasseh of Judah.
The Prophet Isaiah is attributed to writing only one book in the Canonized Bible (the bible with 66 Books and Old & New testament divisions), the Book of Isaiah.
Prophet Jeremiah, Prophet Elijah, Prophet Nehemiah, Prophet Joel, Prophet Isaiah.
Isaiah is the son of Amoz (not the prophet Amos)
The prophet was 175 years old when he died although he was supposed to live 180 years.
because he was a good person and he desarved to be a prophet........................................
It is the prophet Isaiah. Edgar Cayce is the most accurate prophet
I'm guessing that Issiah is a variant spelling of Isaiah. Isaiah was a major prophet of the Old Testament, and his name meant "Yahweh (God) is salvation".
Not that the Bible mentions. We only know he was a prophet.
It was the prophet Isaiah.
The Book of Isaiah is named after its author, the Prophet Isaiah. His name translates: The Lord is the strength of my salvation.
Shear Jashub Isaiah 7:3
Isaiah was a prophet not an archangel.
Isaiah became a prophet in roughly 681 B.c.