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James R. Battenfield

SHORT NOTES ISAIAH LIII 10: TAKING AN "IF" OUT OF THE SACRIFICE OF THE SERVANT There is an inconsistency in the MT of Isa. liii 10, noted more than twenty years ago by M. Dahood,' and echoed by him and others more recently.2 It is the purpose of the present writer to draw attention to lQIsa as

Joseph Blenkinsopp

Isaiah”, cbq 22 (1960), 406, and taken up by James R. Battenfield, “Isaiah liii 10. Taking an ‘If’ out of the Sacrifice of the Servant,” vt 32 (1982), 485. Dahood’s reading “Truly, he made himself an offering for sin” comes from redividing אם־תשׂים as אמת שׂם, warranted, they claim, by the rare

Joseph M. Baumgarten

SHORT NOTES ISAIAH LIII 10: TAKING AN "IF" OUT OF THE SACRIFICE OF THE SERVANT There is an inconsistency in the MT of Isa. liii 10, noted more than twenty years ago by M. Dahood,' and echoed by him and others more recently.2 It is the purpose of the present writer to draw attention to lQIsa as