The Suffering Servant: Isaiah 53 in Jewish and Christian Sources
Translated by Daniel P. Bailey
The Servant Song of Isaiah 53 has been highly significant in both Jewish and Christian thought. Rarely, however, has it been explored from the broad range of perspectives represented in this long-awaited volume.
In "The Suffering Servant ten talented biblical interpreters trace the influence of the Servant Song text through the centuries, unpacking the theological meanings of this rich passage of scripture and its uses in various religious contexts. Chapters examine in depth Isaiah 52:13-53:12 in the Hebrew original and in later writings, including pre-Christian Jewish literature, the New Testament, the Isaiah Targum, the early church fathers, and a sixteenth-century rabbinic document informed by Jewish-Christian dialogue.
Contributors: Jostein Adna
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Isaiah 53 in the Gospels and Acts
The Fourth Servant Song in the New Testament Letters
The Reception of Isaiah 52135312 in the Targum of Isaiah with Special Attention to the Concept of the Messiah
Two Interpretive Models for Isaiah 53 in the Patristic Literature and Their Development
Justin Martyrs Allusions to Isaiah 53 in His Dialogue with Trypho with Special Reference to the New Edition of M Marcovich
Isaiah 53 in the Sefer Hizzuk Emunah Faith Strengthened of Rabbi Isaac ben Abraham of Troki
A Classified Bibliography on Isaiah 53
Index of Primary Sources
Index of Modern Authors