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Question about Jewish interpretation on Isaiah 5 – 6.

Hi strangers,

My name is Irrelevant and my kind is based. I’m a futurist with a focus on hard science, that means I study a bit of everything that’s related to my special interests. I’m a student doing research on Sociology, Theology, and the Entertainment industry. I’m unaffiliated with any university cause I know how the world works enough to justify a break off from that route. This quote sums up me.

Anyway, does anyone know how Jews (authoritative and non-authoritative) interpret Isaiah 56 in relation to the context that comes before it ( 1 – 4 )?

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