salvation in Hebrew. It says “He was wounded for our transgressions..my righteous servant shall justify many for he shall bear their iniquities.” The rabbis, when asked, argue that the passage refers to the Jewish people, not one man. But the line “for the transgressions of My people he was stricken” prove otherwise. Whenever, in other scriptures, God refers to My people, he means the Jews, not the whole world. So to be consistent, he is saying that one man was the atonement for His people, the Jews.
Read the New Testament for yourself. Read a King James or New King James translation. The more modern translations have omitted some scriptures and parts of scriptures. It was written by Jews. Jesus only came to Jews, not gentiles. If God didn’t want us to believe he was the messiah, why would He have sent him to us and not the gentiles? It