Avraham Gileadi

Avraham Gileadi is a Hebrew scholar and literary analyst specializing in the Book of Isaiah. He was baptized into the Church of Jesus Christ in 1972 in the Pool of Siloam after having read the Book of Mormon, which he found in a kibbutz library. He received academic degrees from Brigham Young University: a B.A. in University Studies, a M.A. in Ancient Scripture, and a Ph.D. in Ancient Studies with Hugh Nibley as chair. During his academic years, Gileadi taught Hebrew, Religion courses, and an Honors Philosophy class in the literary analysis of the Book of Isaiah. Sponsored by the Hebraeus Foundation (est. 1990), Avraham Gileadi has lectured widely, given seminars and firesides, and published many books on the Book of Isaiah and related subjects that teach Jewish analytical methods and help one understand Isaiah’s prophecy.

A Quick Guide to Dig Deeper

For Beginners:We suggest you start by reading the book, Isaiah Made Simple: Unsealing the Essential Isaiah, a beginner’s introduction to understanding the inner workings yet simple messages of the Book of Isaiah. Watch one of more of our Isaiah Video Vignettes which follow Isaiah’s literary structure of Apostasy, Judgment, Restoration, and Salvation as they relate …

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God is speaking to us today through the prophecy of Isaiah!

God has reserved the prophecy of Isaiah for the express purpose of guiding endtime believers through the perils posed by the events of their day. It proves a lot easier to negotiate challenges when you know who the players are and what their game plan is. Isaiah saw it and wrote it down: Isaiah 30:8Go …

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