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message of Isaiah 40-55

a literary-theological commentary

by John Goldingay

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Published by T&T Clark in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. O.T. Isaiah XL-LV -- Commentaries.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and indexes.

    StatementJohn Goldingay.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS1515.53 .G55 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3421335M
    ISBN 100567030385
    LC Control Number2005041878


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The Message of Isaiah traces the argument of Isaiah to show how the chapters bring a message of encouragement and challenge about God's intention to restore the Judean community, some of whose members are in exile in Babylon, others living in the city of Jerusalem that has lain devastated since it fell to the Babylonians in Cited by:   About The Message of Isaiah The Message of Isaiah 40-55 book of Isaiah traces message of Isaiah 40-55 book argument of Isaiah to show how the chapters bring a message of encouragement and message of Isaiah 40-55 book about God's message of Isaiah 40-55 book to restore the Judean community, some of whose members are in exile in Babylon, others living in the city of Jerusalem that has lain devastated since it fell to.

[5] George A. Knight, Deutero-Isaiah: A Theological Commentary on Isaiah (New York: Abingdon Press, ), pp. 9, Bible scholars for some years were so occupied with critical matters related to Deutero-and Trito-Isaiah that little attention was given to the message itself.

Introduction. Servanthood is a prominent concept in Isaiah [1] These chapters are generally seen as a literary unit.

The majority of scholars relate message of Isaiah 40-55 book perspective to the exilic period; see William Sanford LaSor, David Message of Isaiah 40-55 book Hubbard, and Frederic William Bush, Old Testament Survey (Grand Rapids: Wm.

Eerdmans, ), The word “servant” (‘ebed). Chapters 40–55 in the Book of Isaiah are believed to be the work of a prophet who lived with the Hebrew exiles during the Babylonian captivity.

Because this prophet's real name is unknown and his work has been preserved in the collection of writings that include the prophecies of the earlier Isaiah, he is usually designated as Deutero-Isaiah.

Messages of Comfort Prepare for God’s Arrival - “Comfort, oh comfort my people,” says your God. “Speak softly and tenderly to Jerusalem, but also make it very clear That she has served her sentence, that her sin is taken care of—forgiven.

She’s been punished enough and more than enough, and now it’s over and done with.” Thunder in the desert. “Prepare for GOD’s arrival. The Message of Isaiah A Literary-Theological Commentary by Goldingay, John and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at About The Message of Isaiah The Message of Isaiah traces the argument of Isaiah to show how the chapters bring a message of encouragement and challenge about God's intention to restore the Judean community, some of whose members message of Isaiah 40-55 book in exile in Babylon, others living in the city of Jerusalem that has lain devastated since it fell to the Babylonians in.

Isaiah's calling as a prophet was primarily to the nation of Judah (the southern kingdom) and to Jerusalem, urging the people to repent from their sins and return to God. He also foretold the coming of the Messiah and the salvation of the Lord.

Many of his prophesies predicted events that occurred in Isaiah's near future, yet at the same time they foretold the events of the distant. The Message of Isaiah traces the argument of Isaiah to show how the chapters bring a message of encouragement and challenge about God's intention to restore the Judean community, some of whose members are in exile in Babylon, others living in the city of Jerusalem that has lain devastated since it fell to the Babylonians in The chapters hold before this.

This is message of Isaiah 40-55 book companion volume to John Goldingay and David Payne’s two-volume ICC commentary on Isaiah (London: T&T Clark, ), from which it was separated for reasons of space. Goldingay has devoted over 1, pages to Deutero-Isaiah, quite apart from his NIBC commentary on the whole book, published in /5(5).

The Message of Isaiah traces the argument of Isaiah to show how the chapters bring a message of encouragement and challenge about God's intention to restore the Judean community, some of whose members are in exile in Babylon, others living in the city of Jerusalem that has lain devastated since it fell to the Babylonians in The Message of Isaiah traces the argument of Isaiah to show how the chapters bring a message of encouragement and challenge about God's intention to restore the Judean community, some of whose members are in exile in Babylon, others living in the city of Jerusalem that has lain devastated message of Isaiah 40-55 book it fell to the Babylonians in Pages: The Message of Isaiah traces the argument of Isaiah to show how the chapters bring a message of encouragement and challenge about God's intention to restore the Judean community, some of whose members are in exile in Babylon, others living in the city of Jerusalem that has lain devastated since it fell to the Babylonians in --from publisher description.

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).

Isaiah 40—55 A. The Lord’s Glory in Israel’s Liberation Chapter 40 Promise of Salvation - Comfort, give comfort to my people, says your God. Speak to the heart of Jerusalem, and proclaim to her that her service has ended, that her guilt is expiated, That she has received from the hand of the LORD double for all her sins.

A voice proclaims: In the wilderness prepare the. Isaiah Joseph Blenkinsopp New York This is the second in a series of three commentaries on the Book of Isaiah by Blenkinsopp, professor emeritus of biblical studies at the University of Notre on: New York.

Description: The Message of Isaiah traces the argument of Isaiah to show how the chapters bring a message of encouragement and challenge about God's intention to restore the Judean community, some of whose members are in exile in Babylon, others living in the city of Jerusalem that has lain devastated since it fell to the.

The Message of Isaiah traces the argument of Isaiah to show how the chapters bring a message of encouragement and challenge about God's intention to restore the Judean community, some of whose members are in exile in Babylon, others living in the city of Jerusalem that has lain devastated since it fell to the Babylonians in Brand: John Goldingay.

A prophet who comforts (Isaiah 40–55) How can we describe someone who remains completely anonymous. Chapters 40 to 55 of the Book of Isaiah constitute a short collection of prophetic texts that make up a clear literary unit, whose author has effaced himself behind his message.

Like Elijah, Jeremiah, and the other Prophets, Isaiah was called by God to deliver His messages to Israel for its welfare in the Book of Isaiah. But along with warnings against Israel's sin and rebellious ways came a message of hope in a new depth that would carry on for centuries after Isaiah's passing.

The Message of Isaiah traces the argument of Isaiah to show how the chapters bring a message of encouragement and challenge about God''s intention to restore the Judean community, some of whose members are in exile in Babylon, others living in the city of Jerusalem that has lain devastated since it fell to the Babylonians in 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.

The second part of Isaiah (part of Proto-Isaiah and most of Deutero-Isaiah—the latter of which includes chapters or so) is much more revved up and eager to see some carnage.

Nation after nation receives prophecies of gloom and doom: Assyria, Edom, Ephraim, Babylonia, Moab—you name it, it's getting the Snacktime Cabbage Patch Kid. The book of Isaiah is centered on the theme of servanthood. Just as Isaiah had his lips cleansed so he could speak a message to the nation, so the nation of Judah was to experience a similar fiery cleansing so it could convey God’s message to the world.

During this time, the Judean people asked many of the same questions we ask today. The book of Isaiah contains some of the most beautiful prophetic verses in the Old Testament, but what is its real purpose.

In Isaiah Build a Highway for God, the greatest of prophets proclaims the coming deliverance of God's people. Author Kevin Perrotta explains how the prophet's message can change our lives today/5(3). 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 wrote not because their message was more important than any other prophet’s was.

“Isaiah 40–55 contains some of the best-known, most-cherished, and theologically significant texts in the Bible. Isaiah 40–55 provides us with the vocabulary and conceptual framework to understand the nature and purpose of the Father’s mission in and through his Son, Jesus, with the Spirit” (from the introduction).

The book of Isaiah is centered on the theme of servanthood. Just as Isaiah had his lips cleansed so he could speak a message to the nation, so the nation of Judah Watch The Book of Isaiah Ch.

(OneBook: Daily-Weekly) Video Sessions Online | Vimeo On Demand on Vimeo. 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.

Isaiah contains some of the best-known, most-cherished, and theologically significant texts in the Bible. Isaiah provides us with the vocabulary and conceptual framework to understand the nature and purpose of the Fathers mission in and through his Son, Jesus, with the Spirit (from the introduction)/5(4).

Jews in Babylonian captivity in the 6th century B.C. in Isa These chapters are taken up in this series of studies. Jews in post exilic Jerusalem in the 5th century B. in Isa These chapters are taken up in this series of studies.

A central point of the book of Isaiah is that since God announces events before they happen, he is God. Isaiah’s name refers to God’s salvation, and this is descriptive of his message. His ministry spans a period of about 40 years, beginning in the final years of King Uzziah of Judah and continuing during the reigns of Jotham, Ahaz and was married to a prophetess, and they had two sons (; ).Their names have specific meanings that relate to the prophetic.

However, a historical and linguistic study of the book clearly shows that the background of Isaiah is Babylon, not Judah. The issue is not God’s inability to show the future to Isaiah.

The issue is that the biblical text, as written, clearly shows that Jerusalem was already destroyed and that the people were about to return to Jerusalem.

6 James A. Moyter, Isaiah (Downers Grove: InterVarsity, )takes the “time of duress” in –2 as a reference to the Babylonian captivity. 7 Joseph Blenkinsopp, Isaiah 40–55 (AB 19A; New York: Doubleday, ) – He believes this refers to God’s return to Zion.

Viewed in light of the whole book, Blenkinsopp 3nds this File Size: KB. Isaiah couched this message in oracles of singular poetic beauty and power, oracles in which surprising shifts in syntax, audacious puns, and double- or triple-entendre are a constant feature.

The complete Book of Isaiah is an anthology of poems composed chiefly by the great prophet, but also by disciples, some of whom came many years after Isaiah. Second Isaiah () probably dates to the Babylonian exile (ca b.c.e.).

The prophet brings a message of consolation: Comfort, O comfort my people, says your God. Biblical literature - Biblical literature - Isaiah: The Book of Isaiah, comprising 66 chapters, is one of the most profound theological and literarily expressive works in the Bible.

Compiled over a period of about two centuries (the latter half of the 8th to the latter half of the 6th century bce), the Book of Isaiah is generally divided by scholars into two (sometimes three) major sections. The book of Isaiah contains some of the most beautiful prophetic verses in the Old Testament, but what is its real purpose.

In Isaiah Build a Highway for God, the greatest of prophets proclaims the coming deliverance of God's Kevin Perrotta explains how the prophet's message can change our lives : Kevin Perrotta.

The Message of Isaiah A Literary-Theological Commentary Goldingay, John London: T&T Clark, pp. xi + $ Subjects: Bible, Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, Prophetic Literature, Isaiah, Literature, Methods, Literary Approaches, Theological Approaches, Biblical Theology, Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Theology.

The book pdf the rise of the Babylonian Empire and the exile of the Israelites to Babylon ( BC; chs. ). The exiles reinterpreted and reapplied Isaiah's message to rapidly changing historical events in their time.In Isaiah in the Concordia commentary series, Dr.

Lessing’s scholarly expertise and decades of service as a seminary professor and pastor are evident as he meticulously expounds the text, historical setting, theology, Christology, and pastoral applications of “the fifth Gospel.”.