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Encountering the book of Isaiah : a historical and theological survey / Bryan E. Beyer.

By: Beyer, Bryan.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Encountering biblical studies. Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Baker Academic, 2007Description: 303 p. : ill., map ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780801026454 (pbk.); 0801026458 (pbk.).Subject(s): Bible. O.T. Isaiah -- Textbooks
Contents:
Who was Isaiah, and what do we know about him and his book? -- Isaiah's opening words to God's people : Isaiah 1:2-31 -- God's call to live in light of the future : Isaiah 2:1-5:30 -- Isaiah's call to prophetic ministry : Isaiah 6:1-13 -- The signs of Immanuel and Maher-Shalal-Hash-Baz : Isaiah 7:1-8:22 -- God's kingdom will surpass all earthly kingdoms : Isaiah 9:1-12:6 -- Oracles against the nations : Isaiah 13:1-23:18 -- The "little apocalypse" : Isaiah 24:1-27:13 -- Oracles of woe : Isaiah 28:1-33:24 -- Eschatological summation : Isaiah 34:1-35:10 -- Highlights from Hezekiah's reign : Isaiah 36:1-39:8 -- Introduction to Isaiah 40-66 -- God's people are coming home! : Isaiah 40:1-31 -- Proclamation of deliverance and restoration : Isaiah 41:1-45:25 -- The fall of Babylon : Isaiah 46:1-47:15 -- Israel's release and exaltation : Isaiah 48:1-52:12 -- The suffering servant : Isaiah 52:13-53:12 -- Celebrating the return : Isaiah 54:1-59:21 -- The grand finale of God's restoration : Isaiah 60:1-66:24 -- Isaiah and the Old Testament -- Isaiah and the New Testament -- Isaiah and the great commission.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 288-290) and indexes.

Who was Isaiah, and what do we know about him and his book? -- Isaiah's opening words to God's people : Isaiah 1:2-31 -- God's call to live in light of the future : Isaiah 2:1-5:30 -- Isaiah's call to prophetic ministry : Isaiah 6:1-13 -- The signs of Immanuel and Maher-Shalal-Hash-Baz : Isaiah 7:1-8:22 -- God's kingdom will surpass all earthly kingdoms : Isaiah 9:1-12:6 -- Oracles against the nations : Isaiah 13:1-23:18 -- The "little apocalypse" : Isaiah 24:1-27:13 -- Oracles of woe : Isaiah 28:1-33:24 -- Eschatological summation : Isaiah 34:1-35:10 -- Highlights from Hezekiah's reign : Isaiah 36:1-39:8 -- Introduction to Isaiah 40-66 -- God's people are coming home! : Isaiah 40:1-31 -- Proclamation of deliverance and restoration : Isaiah 41:1-45:25 -- The fall of Babylon : Isaiah 46:1-47:15 -- Israel's release and exaltation : Isaiah 48:1-52:12 -- The suffering servant : Isaiah 52:13-53:12 -- Celebrating the return : Isaiah 54:1-59:21 -- The grand finale of God's restoration : Isaiah 60:1-66:24 -- Isaiah and the Old Testament -- Isaiah and the New Testament -- Isaiah and the great commission.

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