Upcoming Video: 7 Geographical Reasons to Reject the “Deutero Isaiah” Proposition

Today's liberal scholar revisionists have proposed that the book of Isaiah, which had been historically solely attributed to the prophet Isaiah, son of Amoz (by Jesus, Paul, Luke, Josephus, Ben Sira, Matthew, and more), was written over centuries by various unnamed people in the Assyrian, Babylon, Persian, or even Greek empires. These claims stem mainly …

Jesus, the Light to the Gentiles: Fulfilled Prophecies by Isaiah

Around the time of the Assyrian exile of the Hebrews in the 8th century B.C., the prophet Isaiah wrote some very specific prophecies that described the way King Cyrus would permit the Jews to return to their land from the Babylonian exile in the 6th century B.C. The divine implications of such prophecies are as …

Deutero Isaiah’s Faulty Premise and Logic

In a prior blog, I shared a quote from a critical scholar called Ulrich Berges on the book of Isaiah that made clear the faulty premise upon which the Deutero Isaiah theories are based, which is that fulfilled prophecies aren't possible. Access that blog here: https://christian-apologist.com/2021/10/25/evidence-of-a-dogmatic-anti-theistic-originator-of-the-deutero-isaiah-theory/?preview_id=3205&preview_nonce=4c93ae6e04&preview=true&_thumbnail_id=3165 This blog continues this discussion with several rebuttals to …

Josephus Debunked Critical Scholars’ Late Dating Claims of Daniel and Isaiah

Around the 1800s, "critical" scholars in German universities realized the divine implications of fulfilled prophecies in the Bible, so rather than accept their possibility, they produced theories to discredit the original authorship and dating of books by Isaiah, Daniel, and others. Their theories are often complicated (such as proposing multiple authors over centuries and mysterious …

English Translations of Psalm 22:16, 110:1; Isaiah 53:11, John 3:16, and Acts 8:37

Some English translations of the Bible are superior to others but no one translation is always the best. It seems evident that we may have some wolves in sheep's clothing on the translation committees of some English versions of the Bible, such as the NRSV. In this blog, I make a case for reading multiple …

“The LORD Said to My Lord” – Psalm 110, Melchizedek, Yahweh, Adonai, and Adoni

Many Jewish eyes have been opened to the truth about our LORD and Lord via passages such as those in Psalms 110:1, 16:2, and 35:22-24. If your eyes haven't yet been opened, I challenge you to read on. This blog analyzes passages about the LORD Yahweh, the Lord Adonai (or Adoni?), and King David. “The …

If Universal Reconciliation is True, the Apostles’ Martyrdoms Were in Vain

The Christian version of universalism is the belief that everyone will eventually receive salvation, no matter their actions while on earth and beliefs about Jesus. Universalism can be distinguished from traditional Western views on Christianity in that it extends the time for humans to repent to after death. In other words, this view agrees that …