Isaiah 43:10 – Before Jehovah There Was No God Formed

Does Isaiah 43:10 give support to the idea that Jesus is Jehovah (Yahweh)? […]

John 12:41 – Isaiah Saw His Glory

Did John claim that Jesus is Jehovah by what he wrote in John 12:41? […]

Isaiah 61:1 — The Spirit of Jehovah On the Anointed One

Are the three persons of the alleged triune God being spoken of in Isaiah 61:1? […]

Isaiah 43:11 – Besides Jehovah There is No Savior -r

This study examines Isaiah 43:11 and some other texts regarding and the claim that since there is only one savior, then Jesus must be Yahweh. […]

Isaiah 44:24 – Jehovah Stretched Forth the Heavens Alone

Was Jesus present when the universe was created? Does Isaiah 44:24 prove that Jesus is Yahweh? […]

Isaiah 44:6; 45:5; 45:21 – Aside From Yahweh, There is No God (r)

Do these scriptures contradict scriptures that apply forms of the Hebrew word meaning “God” to others than Jehovah (Yahweh)? Can forms of the Hebrew ‘EL (God, mighty) be applied to Jesus without meaning that Jesus is Jehovah? […]

Isaiah 6:8 – Who Will Go For Us?

Isaiah 6:8 – And I heard the voice of the Lord, saying: “Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?” Then I said: “Here am I; send me.” A trinitarian argues Read more […] […]

Isaiah 6:3 – Thrice Holy; Revelation 4:8

Does the appearance in the word “holy” three times in Revelation 4:8 and Isaiah 6:3 depict the trinitarian dogma? […]

Romans 9:32,33; 1 Peter 2:7,8 – Stone of Stumbling – Yahweh or Jesus?

Bible Discussion concerning Isaiah 8:14; Romans 9:32,33; 1 Peter 2:8, as alleged proofs of the trinity, or that Jesus is Yahweh. […]

Isaiah 9:6 – Not a Series of Names

The name given to Messiah is not a series of names. […]

Isaiah 9:6 and the Alleged Trinity

In response to some trinitarian claims concerning Isaiah 9:6. […]

Isaiah 9:6 – Father of Eternity

An examination of the argument that Isaiah 9:6 speaks of Jesus as the “father of eternity.” […]

Isaiah 9:6 – The Singular Name of the Son Given

The Leeser translation presents the thought that “He”, that is, Yahweh, is the one who calls the Messiah by this name. Since it is Yahweh, the only true God who, in context (Isaiah 9:7), is performing these things, the default assumption should be that child being given by Yahweh is not Yahweh. […]

Isaiah 9:6 – The Mighty God, The Everlasting Father

Does Isaiah 9:6 offer proof that Jesus is Yahweh (Jehovah)? […]

Isaiah 53:3 – Proof that Jesus IS “Fully Man”?

Does Isaiah 53:3 describe Jesus as being “wholly man” to this day? […]

Isaiah – Links

Related Links regarding Isaiah […]

Isaiah 63:9,10 – The Messenger of His Presence

Does Isaiah 63:9,10 present three persons of a triune God? […]

Isaiah 52:6 – My People Shall Know My Name

Does Isaiah 52:8 support the assumption that Jesus is another name for Yahweh (Jehovah)? […]

Isaiah 44:6 – The King and Redeemer of Israel

Does Isaiah 44:6 speak of two Yahwehs? […]

Isaiah 57:15 – Examining the Hebrew Word ‘Ad

Does the Hebrew word often translated “eternity” in this verse, of itself, mean eternal past and eternal future, or existence outside of time? […]

There is Only One True God

Is there only one true God; how can Jesus be called “god” is there is only one true God? […]

Isaiah 40:3 – Malachi 3:1 – The Sent Messenger and His Message

A study of these prophecies and the alleged claim that Jesus is Yahweh […]

Isaiah 42:8 – Does God Share His Glory as Most High With Jesus?

Does Jesus have the glory that only belongs to the Most High. […]

Isaiah 61:1 – Yahweh sent the Messiah

Do we find three persons of the one true God in Isaiah 61:1? […]

Isaiah 64:8 – The Potter, Father of Israel

Do we find a reference to the first person of the alleged trinity in Isaiah 64:8? […]