Steve Herzig Explains What's Behind Yom Kippur [Video]

In Blogs, Jewish Culture and Customs by Chris Katulka1 Comment

In this interview Steve Herzig talks me through the events surrounding Yom Kippur and what it means to the Jewish people today.

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Chris Katulka

Chris Katulka is the director of North American Ministries for The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry, the host of The Friends of Israel Today radio program, a Bible teacher, and writer for Israel My Glory magazine. He is also the author of Israel Always: Experiencing God’s Pursuit of You Through His Chosen People. If you would like to support Chris, please click here.

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  1. Hi Steve,
    Greetings from a fellow Lake Geneva Summer Camp attendee. I have a college assignment I thought you might shed some light on. Is 52:13 – Is 53 I have read that in ancient Rabbinic literature(ie Targum Jonathan ben Uzziel) that the servant in this passage was interpreted as the Messiah. However, that interpretation changed with Rabbi Shlomo Yitzchaki and continues today, that the servant is identified as Israel. Do you think that a Jewish person close to the time this passage was written would have thought the servant was referring to the Messiah or Israel? If a change in interpretation took place, how and why do you think that came about? This is one of the questions I am to address about this passage. Thanks

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