Book Of Isaiah Essays and Term Papers

  • Isaiah 40:1-2

    Isaiah 40:1-2 By Khalil fawakhri Table of Contents A. Introduction B. Critical Issues to the Book Of Isaiah a. Deutero Isaiah Vs United Isaiah b. History Vs. Prophecy C. Introduction to the Text a. Literary Context b. Prophetic Genre D. Exegetical Analysis a. Words of Interest...

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  • The Great Isaiah Scroll

     The Great Isaiah Scroll Anonymous Dead Sea Scrolls Dr. Theresa Lafferty April 30th, 2013 The Dead Sea Scrolls are the greatest Christian-related archeological find in history. All of the documents found here--biblical and non-biblical-- predate any biblical source we have...

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  • Exegesis of Isaiah 7:14-16

    Old Testament Exegesis of Isaiah 7:14-16 Historical Context of Isaiah 7:14-16 The book of Isaiah is a vast collection of many works by both Isaiah and other anonymous writers. Although the entire book is dated from the post-exilic period, different sections of the book were written at various times...

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  • Prophets of Zion and the Babylonian Exile

    deported to live in Babylon. Of the books of the prophets Isaiah and Jeremiah, Isaiah 63:7-64:12 and Jeremiah 29:4-23 will be examined together. The book of Isaiah can essentially be divided into three groups of authors, the first being an eight century prophet called Isaiah of Jerusalem. The second is an...

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  • Isaiah, the Lord Is Salvation

    2013 Isaiah, The Lord is Salvation The Bible, the greatest book ever written, is the Word of God. The Lord spoke to the writers of the Bible through the Holy Spirit. Each writer was given the words of God that should be written for all of mankind to read, study and live. I have chosen Isaiah (Book...

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  • Movie Reflection

    Do you know what his connection to Jesus is? Holy Prophet Isaiah lived 700 years before the Birth of Christ, and was descended of royal lineage. He is considered to be one of the four “major” prophets, so called because their books are much longer than the Minor Prophets (they are not “more important”...

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  • Exegesis Isaiah

    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION The Pericope chosen is from Isaiah 58, v 6-9, and it deals with the fast that God likes and requires. The power of the fast is directly related to God’s involvement. We certainly can decide to fast as we wish; however, the result may be...

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  • God's Plan and Purpose for the Nations

    Isaiah – God’s Plan and Purpose for the Nations (What does the canonical book of Isaiah teach about the place of the nations in the plan and purpose of God?) The book of Isaiah has extensive teaching on the place of the nations in God’s plans and purposes. There are more than sixty direct references...

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  • Interpretation of Isaiah 53:1-5

    of humility for a greater good. Throughout the second half of the book of Isaiah, the prophet Isaiah speaks out about sacrifice and how there must be a new way to renew the covenant established by Abraham (Gen 17). The Book of Isaiah Chapter 53 stands out as the single prophetic statement in the Old...

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  • The Presentation of Yahweh in the Book of Isaiah

    Abstract In this essay the presentation of Yahweh in the book of Isaiah will be discussed. There are several descriptions and images of Yahweh, the God of the Jews, in the book of Isaiah. The essay will look at what images and descriptions are given for Yahweh, and how these images are used to present...

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  • The Teachings of Isaiah and Their Relevance to the Contemporary Reader.

    Isaiah, 30. 21 Isaiah (meaning “the Lord saves”) was a prophet who lived in Jerusalem about 2700 years ago and is considered “one of the greatest figures in the prophetic series” (Blunt 1953: 49). Little information is known Isaiah the man, and what information exists...

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  • The Calling of Isaiah

    The Calling of the Prophet Isaiah, Chapter 6:1-13 The prophet Isaiah lived during a very troublesome era during the years 742-701B.C.E. He preached during the reigns of four kings of Judah: Uzziah (783-742), Jotham (742-735), Ahaz (735-715), and Hezekiah (715-687). Judah faced many challenges...

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  • Book of Prophet Isaiah

    wants us to tell people.  A prophet is someone who predicts that something will happen in the future. *Prophet Isaiah Prophet Isaiah, the son of Amos, was descended from a royal tribe. Isaiah was born during the reign of King Uzziah, Jothan, Ahaz, Hezekiah and Jehovah. During his reign the nation as...

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  • Old Testament Isaiah 6

    Survey Exegesis Isaiah 6:1-13 Isaiah is considered the Paul of the Old Testament (Orr, 1495 Vol. 3). He was the son of Amoz and seems to have belonged to a family with an implied ranking hence the easy access to King Uzziah found in Isaiah 7:3 (Orr, 1495 Vol. 3). In Isaiah 1:1, Isaiah prophesied during...

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  • Old Testement Summaries

    104-D69 August 5, 2013 Summary of the books of the Old Testament Books Isaiah The book of Isaiah is of the Prophetic genre. The basic theme of this book is found in Isaiah’s name: “Salvation Is of the Lord,” Isaiah was one of the greatest prophets of the Bible. Isaiah Prophesized that the messiah would...

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  • The Holy One of Israel in Isaiah

    concerns about the meaning of the divine title ‘The Holy One of Israel’ in the Book of Isaiah. It is going to state clearly the study approach before going into the discussion. Approach of this essay The book of Isaiah had been studied through different approaches of which three are quite distinctive[1]...

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  • Old Testament Survey

    paper will examine the books of the Prophet Amos and of the Prophet Isaiah to assess whether the prophets were foretellers or forth tellers. The paper will begin with a brief sketch of the historical background followed by an explanation of terms with reference to Amos and Isaiah. Prophets, Foretellers...

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  • Lesson

    ISAIAH 62:1-12 THE PROMISES OF GOD YET FULFILLED __________________ A Lesson Manuscript Presented to Dr. Paul Jacobs Liberty Theological Seminary __________________ In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for DSMN 601 B06 201040 MINISTRY OF TEACHING __________________ by Kai A. Brown...

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  • Otcl 505 Final

    the same book: 82 --Other books by the same author: undeterminable as Psalms has multiple authors --OT Law: 11 --OT History: 5 --OT Poetry: 111 (excluding Psalms) --OT Prophets: 53 2. Definitions שָׁע263 adjective wicked, criminal; — absolute ׳ר Genesis 18:23 +; plural רְשָׁעִים Isaiah 13:11 +;...

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  • A Commentary on Isaiah 6

    A Commentary on Isaiah 6 Isaiah 6 is written with a mixture of prose and verse, detailing the calling, or commission, of Isaiah by the Lord God. Much of the verse is written in the style of a vision, detailing message to the people of Judea. The main theme running through Isaiah is the message of...

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