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    William Urwick uses Jehovah, yet he notes the German scholarship confusion.


    The servant of Jehovah. A commentary, grammatical and critical, upon Isaiah lii. 13-liii. 12. With dissertations upon the authorship of Isaiah xl-lxvi (1867)
    William Urwick
    https://books.google.com/books?id=XrsCAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA76

    If, leaving these various aud mutually opposite newly suggested interpretations,—wherein, for example, if Gesenius be right, Ewald and Bunsen are wrong; if Ewald be right, Gesenius and Bunsen are wrong; and if Bunsen is right, Gesenius and Ewald are in error, each great name having others equally great against him,—we resort to the old primarily and universally received explanation, which finds in this prophecy a description of none other than the Incarnate Son of God, our Saviour, Jesus Christ, all becomes harmonious and plain. The Servant of Jehovah is described as being sprung from a family which had fallen from grandeur and were in humble circumstances.

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    William Urwick uses Jehovah, yet he notes the German scholarship confusion.

    The servant of Jehovah. A commentary, grammatical and critical, upon Isaiah lii. 13-liii. 12. With dissertations upon the authorship of Isaiah xl-lxvi (1867)
    William Urwick
    https://books.google.com/books?id=XrsCAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA76

    If, leaving these various aud mutually opposite newly suggested interpretations,—wherein, for example, if Gesenius be right, Ewald and Bunsen are wrong; if Ewald be right, Gesenius and Bunsen are wrong; and if Bunsen is right, Gesenius and Ewald are in error, each great name having others equally great against him,—we resort to the old primarily and universally received explanation, which finds in this prophecy a description of none other than the Incarnate Son of God, our Saviour, Jesus Christ, all becomes harmonious and plain. The Servant of Jehovah is described as being sprung from a family which had fallen from grandeur and were in humble circumstances.

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