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Isaiah 53 concludes that when the Jewish people are redeemed, the nations will recognize and accept responsibility for the inordinate suffering and death of the Jews.Throughout history, thousands of religions have been started by individuals, attempting to convince people that he or she is God's true prophet.Throughout Jewish scripture, Israel is repeatedly called, in the singular, the "Servant of God" (see Isaiah 43:8).In fact, Isaiah states no less than 11 times in the chapters prior to 53 that the Servant of God is Israel.
All the miracles show – assuming they are genuine – is that he has certain powers. Judaism, unique among all of the world's major religions, does not rely on "claims of miracles" as the basis for its religion.
For example, John records that Jesus made a paste in violation of Shabbat, which caused the Pharisees to say (verse 16), "He does not observe Shabbat!
" Biblical verses can only be understood by studying the original Hebrew text – which reveals many discrepancies in the Christian translation.
Christianity claims that Isaiah chapter 53 refers to Jesus, as the "suffering servant." In actuality, Isaiah 53 directly follows the theme of chapter 52, describing the exile and redemption of the Jewish people.
The prophecies are written in the singular form because the Jews ("Israel") are regarded as one unit.