• The Great Isaiah Scroll
    shepherds did not enter the cave immediately; one, Muhammad ed-Dhib (real name was Muhammad Ahmed el-Hamed), returned to the cave two days later.5 He discovered ten two-foot high jars, only one of which had scrolls inside it. The scrolls found were a copy of the biblical book of Isaiah (known as the...
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  • 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...
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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...
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  • Exegesis of Isaiah 7:14-16
    History of the 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...
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  • Exegesis Isaiah
    regarding this passage is more than necessary. In the first part I will try to direct the reader towards a better understanding of the Book of Isaiah. It is necessary to talk about the: Authorship, Date, and shortly about the purpose of the book. Everything that follows after will be the intent of the...
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  • Isaiah, the Lord Is Salvation
    Edward Aguilar Professor: William Carnagey BBS 100 7 January 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...
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  • The Teachings of Isaiah and Their Relevance to the Contemporary Reader.
    died, the north and south were divided, and soon after, the “northern kingdom was in turmoil” (Charpentier, 1982:20). It has been contested by many scholars (Clements & Heaton)that the book of Isaiah has in fact been written by more than one person. This is due to the variations in writing style...
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  • Old Testement Summaries
    Cynthia jones L25998732 BIBL 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...
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  • Prophets of Zion and the Babylonian Exile
    time period in which there were many prophets was the Babylonian Exile, where the people of Judah were taken and 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...
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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...
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  • Old Testament Survey
    address the specific historical conditions in Israel or they refer to social conditions. This 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...
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  • The Calling of Isaiah
    the Bible, and his book a classic of the Hebrew language. His writing has a very concise style, effective imagery, and an equilibrium between form and content which classify the type of poetry as classical. From the theological aspect, Isaiah moves in the religious tradition influenced by David&#8217...
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  • Old Testament Isaiah 6
    climax of Hebrew literary art. Beauty and strength are characteristics of his entire book. Isaiah was also an orator: Jerome likened him to Demosthenes; and a poet: he frequently elaborates his message in rhythmic or poetic style….” (Orr, 1496 Vol. 3). “The Prophet Isaiah was primarily called to...
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  • The Holy One of Israel in Isaiah
    The Holy One of Israel This essay 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...
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  • Prophet Isaiah
    introduction to the entire prophecy, especially the first section of the book (Prophecies Concerning Judah And | |Jerusalem, chapter 1-12), and provides an example of the messages God wanted Isaiah to deliver. The corrupt condition of the nation and | |city is described and their hypocritical worship...
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  • A Commentary on Isaiah 6
    , questions the validity of the first chapter in Isaiah as it seems certain that it has been ‘composed at a relatively late stage in the literary growth of the book’ (Clements 1980:8). It has been speculated that Isaiah may have been related to the royal blood line, most notably Manasseh, who, tradition...
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  • Otcl 505 Final
    Psalm 1:1? STEP 2 1. Occurrences of the word: רָשָׁע (rasha) -Number of occurrences: 262 -Distribution of occurrences --In 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...
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  • Interpretation of Isaiah 53:1-5
    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 Testament that clearly outlines the coming sacrifice (offering) that will be...
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  • Book of Prophet Isaiah
    these two separate parts, the prophecy also divides into nine sections. The Book of Isaiah (Hebrew: ספר ישעיה) is the first of the Latter Prophets in the Hebrew Bible, preceding Ezekiel, Jeremiah and the Book of the Twelve. (The order of the subsequent books differs somewhat in the Christian Old...
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  • Lesson
    wrote not just about this more immediate future, but also about the future, which was to come later during the time of Jesus, that future which is yet to be fulfilled. The topic that will be investigate today: the promises of God yet to be fulfilled. Many chapters of the book of Isaiah describe...
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