The Linkage Between Isaiah 7:14 and 9:6

Eduardo M. Acuna eacuna at mail.giga.com
Thu Mar 8 14:49:59 EST 2001


> On 08-03-2001 02:49 Eduardo M. Acuna <eacuna at mail.giga.com> wrote:
> 
> >>>> The direct address of Immanuel in 8:8 encourages the idea that he is not
> >>>> just an anonymous child used in a functional way.
> >>>> -snip-
> >>> I would like to draw your attention to the fact that Immanuel is written
> >>> in 8:8 and 7:14 as Immanu El (two words vs one word); that is, there is no
> >>> name. The two words express that God with us is precisely what it says:
> >>> God in personna will be among us. The Incarnation.
> >> 
> >> Incarnation? That is rather criptic with regard to Isaiah 7-9.
> >> 
> > I agree. Isaiah 7:9 links with Isaiah 8:8 as the commentator in the Tanakh
> > (JPS. 1999 edition) shows in the footnote for Isaiah 7:9, in page 859.
> > It is not criptic for Isaiah 7:14.
> 
> There is still nothing written about incarnation. So, what does incarnation
> has to do with Isaiah 7, 8 or 9?
> 
It is written "With us (is) God" regarding the becoming son of the Virgin,
in 7:14.
Eduardo.



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