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Master of Arts in Theology
School of Theology and Seminary
Biblical Studies | Religion
Every Holy Week the Church traditionally uses the Servant Passages from Isaiah to indicate how Jesus in fulfillment of the Old Testament Prophecies, suffers, dies, and is raised to life. As the parish community listens to the messianic proclamations, no one doubts that Jesus was the servant of whom Isaiah was writing. After all, he was the Messiah, wasn't he? But, if this servant was not Jesus, who was he? To whom is Isaiah writing? And who is Isaiah?
Timmerman, JoAnn OP, "The Suffering Servant in Deutro-Isaiah" (1978). School of Theology and Seminary Graduate Papers/Theses. 1524.
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