Avraham Gileadi (born 1940) is a Hebrew scholar and literary analyst specializing in the Book of Isaiah. He grew up in the Netherlands, then later emigrated with his family to New Zealand. As an orthodox Jew, he studied in Israel, where he was converted to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He was baptized a member in the Pool of Siloam, where the Bible records Jesus healing a blind man by having him wash his eyes in the pool. In 1973 Gileadi moved to the United States, where he married and raised a family of nine children.