[b-hebrew] Isaiah 53: in his death?

UUC unikom at paco.net
Thu May 20 15:55:00 EDT 2004


Dear Liz,

Is53 is not necessarily a continuation of the chapter 50.
Chapter 50 is not necessarily about the events in Persia.
Is53 is clear that the man was condemned by his compatriots.
I'm not sure if mishpat also refers to heathen court - perhaps anyone could
comment on this.


Best regards,

Vadim


> The act of depriving or divesting of flesh; excarnification; -- opposed to
> incarnation
>
> David Eugene Kimbrough
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> > Dear Liz,
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> > Whether the body was called Sanhedrin or not, a court was there.
> Yes. It was a Persian court (cf. Isaiah 50).
>
> > Excarnation is squarely prohibited in Judaism; cf. the
> Vadim
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> What is excarnation?
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> >
> Liz Fried
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