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Isaiah 40-66.

S. Clive Thexton

Isaiah 40-66.

by S. Clive Thexton

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Published by Epworth Press in London .
Written in English

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  • Bible. O.T. Isaiah XL-LXVI -- Commentaries

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    SeriesEpworth preacher"s commentaries
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS1515.3 .T5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination160 p.
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5791562M
    LC Control Number60001993
    OCLC/WorldCa353562

    In his second volume covering chapters , acclaimed scholar John Oswalt of Asbury Theological Seminary concludes his in-depth study on the Book of Isaiah. Beginning with issues of authorship and composition, Oswalt presents a solid exposition of the biblical texts, based on intensive linguistic and historical research. Includes pages, in hardcover from Eerdmans.5/5(3). The Book of Isaiah, Chapters 40–66 (The New International Commentary on the Old Testament) John N. Oswalt As an Amazon Associate, if you use the link above, we receive a .

      Not only does Shalom Paul bring to Isaiah 40–66 his great exegetical skill and all the resources of contemporary biblical scholarship, but he also brings a mastery of the important and often neglected insights of the pioneering medieval Hebrew grammarians and commentators, an acute sensitivity to the book's indebtedness and allusions to other Author: Shalom M. Paul. This long-anticipated work completes John Oswalt's two-volume commentary on the book of Isaiah. After opening with a valuable discussion on the state of Isaiah studies today, Oswalt provides an insightful verse-by-verse explanation of Isaiah , giving special attention to the message of the prophet not only for his own time but also for modern readers.

    Assuming the single authorship of Isaiah, the verse-by-verse commentary aims to interpret chapters 40–66 in light of the book as a whole. While not neglecting issues of historical criticism or form criticism, the commentary focuses mainly on the theological meaning of the text as indicated especially by the literary structure. Deutero-Isaiah as prophet --IV. Literary history and structure of the book --V. Deutero-Isaiah's prophetic ministry --VI. Deutero-Isaiah's message and theology. C. Trito-Isaiah --D. The text of chapters --E. Contents of chapters Commentary on Isaiah .


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Isaiah 40-66 by S. Clive Thexton Download PDF EPUB FB2

Introduction to Isaiah Chapters form the crown to the first section of Isaiah (chapters ) by properly preparing the reader.

The three subsections of chapters are obvious. The 24 chapters are evenly split into three sections of 8 chapters. They are marked by the way they conclude rather than the way they begin. The opening superscription to the book dates the Prophetic mission of Isaiah ben Amoz from the reigns of Kings Uzziah and Ahaz, in the mid‑eighth century B.C.E.

(Isaiah ). Since Isaiah 40‑66 does not begin with any new chronological reference, the prophecies in the last half of the book were presumably understood by the ancients as part Author: Michael Fishbane. Paul D. Hanson covers Isaiah 40 – 66 in the Interpretation Bible Commentary (IBC) Isaiah 40-66.

book, picking up where Christopher Seitz left off. In the preface, the author gives his explanation for why the book of Isaiah was divided in this series while most other books of the Bible were not/5(14).

Isaiah book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The latter half of the sixth century BCE found the Jewish community fragmente /5(14). Isaiah has two main sections the typical general introduction, and then followed by a insightful exegetical commentaries on this major prophet.

With regard to the general introduction Smith spends a great deal of time defending the historicity of the book as well as varying literary motifs/5(7). This Eerdmans Critical Commentary volume is Shalom Paul's comprehensive, all-inclusive study of the oracles of an anonymous prophet known only as Second Isaiah who prophesied in the second half of the sixth century B.C.E.

Paul examines Isaiah 40 66 through a close reading of the biblical text, offering thorough exegesis of the historical, linguistic, literary, and theological aspects of the.

The book of Isaiah is composed of three natural divisions: sayings, principally of judgment, chapters ; historical narratives, chapters (almost identical with II Kings ); and sayings, principally of comfort, chapters 12 rows  In this volume, Walter Brueggemann focuses on Second Isaiah (Isaiah ), believed to.

This long-anticipated work completes John Oswalt's two-volume commentary on the book of Isaiah. After opening with a valuable discussion on the state of Isaiah studies today, Oswalt provides an insightful verse-by-verse explanation of Isaiahgiving special attention to the message of the prophet not only for his own time but also for modern readers/5.

No book of the Old Testament is more frequently quoted in the New than Isaiah. Isaiah provides us with the closest thing the Old Testament has to offer us regarding a systematic theology. Mark W. Elliott edits ancient commentary on Isaiahsome of which is translated into English for the first time.

Isaiah - Lesson 1 By Harold Shank. Title: The God who cares like a shepherd and soars like an eagle. Objectives: 1. The student can state some of the reasons for studying the book of Isaiah. The student will explain the broad historical background of the book of Isaiah.

The student will explain the role Isa 40 plays in describing. Comfort for God’s People - “Comfort, comfort my people,” says your God.

“Speak tenderly to Jerusalem. Tell her that her sad days are gone and her sins are pardoned. Yes, the LORD has punished her twice over for all her sins.” Listen. It’s the voice of someone shouting, “Clear the way through the wilderness for the LORD.

Make a straight highway through the wasteland for our God. Book of Isaiah, also spelled Isaias, one of the major prophetical writings of the Old superscription identifies Isaiah as the son of Amoz and his book as “the vision of Isaiah concerning Judah and Jerusalem in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah, kings of Judah.”According toIsaiah received his call “in the year that King Uzziah died” ( bc), and.

Isaiah II refers to chapters Many of God’s people have found strength in Part II of Isaiah, which is chapters Those chapters build a monument of majestic Hebrew poetry, glowing with awesome beauty and comforting with powerful promises.

The book of Isaiah is Narrative History, Prophetic Oracle, and even a Parable (chapter 5). The prophet Isaiah wrote it at approximately B.C. (Chapterswritten later in his life approx. B.C.).

Isaiah is the first book in the section called Major Prophets. They are called Major Prophets because of the large amount of material they.

The Book of Isaiah (Hebrew: ספר ישעיהו, IPA: [sɛ.fɛr ]) is the first of the Latter Prophets in the Hebrew Bible and the first of the Major Prophets in the Christian Old Testament. It is identified by a superscription as the words of the 8th-century BCE prophet Isaiah ben Amoz, but there is extensive evidence that much of it was composed during the Babylonian.

No book of the Old Testament is more frequently quoted in the New than Isaiah, and no portion of Isaiah is more frequently quoted in the New than the typologically fertile soil of Isaiah Still, as interpreted by the fathers, Isaiah presents a message that is far more soteriological than christological, leading readers to a deeper Brand: InterVarsity Press.

Isaiah Audio Lectures features Old Testament scholar John Oswalt teaching through the book of Isaiah in short, engaging, and challenging lessons.

Based on Oswalt's Isaiah commentary in the NIV Application Commentary series, these lessons bring the meaning of Isaiah into the 21st century.

Chapters of Isaiah seem to be a summary of the New Testament, part 1. There are 66 Books in the Bible. There are 66 chapters in Isaiah. So Isaiah seems to represent the Bible.

Let us look at the division between the Old and New Testaments. There are 39 Books in the Old Testament, so Matthew is the 40 th Book, which starts the New Testament. The book of Isaiah consists of two large parts (chap. 1 - 35 and 40 - 66), which are separated by a historical part (chap.

36 - 39). The first main part contains the outer and the second the inner history of the people of God. Isaiah 40 is the fortieth chapter of the Book of Isaiah in the Hebrew Bible or the Old Testament of the Christian Bible, and the first chapter of the section known as "Deutero-Isaiah" (Isaiah ), dating from the time of the Israelites' exile in book contains the prophecies attributed to the prophet Isaiah, and is one of the Books of the : Book of Isaiah.

The Logos Free Book of the Month promotion offers a heavyweight commentary from Eerdmans. For the month of May, you can add Shalom Paul’s commentary on Isaiah 40–66 in the Eerdmans Critical Commentary. Paul is the Yehezkel Kaufman Professor Emeritus of Bible at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and chair of the Dead Sea Scrolls Foundation.Bible Book List × Enter for a chance to win this NIV Cultural Backgrounds Study Bible!

Study This. Isaiah Isaiah 39 Jeremiah 1 Isaiah New King James Version (NKJV) God’s People Are .