Answers – To Difficult Questions (Isaiah) Select A Study: Isaiah 1:1—Hasn’t it been shown that Isaiah is actually two or more books, and that it was not all written by one Isaiah in the 8th century b.c.? Isaiah 7:14—Is this verse a prophecy about the virgin birth of Jesus Christ? Isaiah 9:6—Why is Jesus called “the everlasting Father” if He is the Son of God? Isaiah 14:12—Who is Lucifer in this verse? Isaiah 21:7—Does this passage predict the coming of Mohammed? Isaiah 30:26—Will the light of the sun and moon be increased or decreased in the future kingdom? Isaiah 40:5—Will the wicked behold God’s glory? Isaiah 40:25—If nothing is like God, then how can humans be in the image of God? Isaiah 44:28—How could Isaiah talk in such specific terms about a king that would not exist for some 200 years? Isaiah 45:7—Is God the author of evil? Isaiah 53:3—Was Jesus despised by men or respected by them? Isaiah 56:3—Did Isaiah predict there would be homosexuals in the kingdom? Isaiah 57:15—Does God dwell in eternity or with men?