Well, it's not unusual for fundamentalists to un-remember a comment after they have been gone for days.<quoted text>
What does Isaiah 53 have to do with what I said?
I don't mind talking about Isaiah 53. My understanding of Isaiah 53 is that God showed the prophet Isaiah a vision of what would happen. When Isaiah wrote this down, it was a warning to the Hebrew nation.
So I'll take you back to before you disappeared. You were talking about the misinterpretations others have done. So I asked you to have a discussion on the misinterpretations of Isaiah 53 as perpetrated by Christians. Hip also remarked on that. It's there for all to see.
Then, we didn't see hide nor hair of you for a few days and you only dropped in and out afterward.
But since you were the one making claims about other people's misinterpretations, I thought it would be good if we could discuss some of yours. The whole gang is waiting.
Why don't we start with Isaiah 53:1? Who was the Servant mentioned there?