And what about being called Immanuel? There is no mention in the New Testament of anyone referring to Christ as Emmanuel. No mention of anyone even using the word "Emmanuel". Is there any indication in the words of Isaiah that we should look to any name but "Immanuel" for the fulfillment of his prophecy? Any indication that Isaiah's words have a purely symbolic, rather than a literal meaning? Did Isaiah anywhere say "his name might not be Immanuel, and no one during His time will call Him by that name"? Did he give any clue that He may be called by another name? That a new interpretation in the future would have Him called by a name that means not "God with us", but "Saviour"?