Isaiah. [print]

Material type: TextTextPublisher: Grand Rapids : Zondervan, (c)2016Description: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780310527671; 0310527678Subject(s): ReligionGenre/Form: Electronic books. LOC classification: BS1505.53BS1505.53.I74.I835 2016Online resources: Click here to access ONLINE RESOURCE COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Intro; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; How to Use This eBook; Acknowledgments; Methodology: An Introductory Essay; General Bibliography; Abbreviations; Isaiah; Heading (1:1); Courtroom Summons (1:2-31); The Last Days for the Lord's Mountain (2:1-22); Judgment on Jerusalem, Judah, and Their Women (3:1-4:1); The Branch of Yahweh (4:2-6); Allegory of the Vineyard (5:1-7); Woes and Judgments against Oppressors (5:8-30); Isaiah's Commission and Message (6:1-13); Isaiah and Ahaz (7:1-9); Immanuel's Sign (7:10-25); Assyria Is Coming (8:1-10); Wait for God (8:11-22).
A Child Is Born (9:1-7)Condemnation of Israel's Sinful Pride (9:8-10:4); Condemnation of Assyria's Sinful Pride (10:5-19); A Returning Remnant (10:20-34); Oracle of the Coming Ideal King (11:1-16); A Praise Hymn (12:1-6); An Oracle against Babylon (13:1-22); Babylon Taunted (14:1-23); Oracle against Assyria (14:24-27); Oracle against Philistia (14:28-32); Oracle against Moab (15:1-16:14); Oracle against Damascus (17:1-14); Oracle against Cush (18:1-7); Oracle against Egypt (19:1-25); Blessings for Egypt, Assyria, and Israel (19:16-25); Prophetic Signs for Egypt and Cush (20:1-5).
Babylon's Doom (21:1-10)Prophecies against Edom and Arabia (21:11-17); Oracle against Jerusalem (22:1-25); Oracle against Tyre (23:1-18); Judging the Earth (24:1-23); God's Blessing on Zion (25:1-12); Judah's Salvation Song (26:1-21); Israel's Restoration (27:1-13); Drunken Ephraim (28:1-13); Jerusalem's Covenant with Death (28:14-29); Siege of Ariel (29:1-10); Vision of Restoration (29:11-24); Woe to the Obstinate (30:1-5); Oracle against Animals of the Negev (30:6-14); Grace Offered to Zion (30:15-26); Judgment on Assyria (30:27-33); Woe to Those Turning to Egypt (31:1-9).
Righteous Rule (32:1-8)Warning to Women (32:9-20); Promised Help in Distress (33:1-24); All Nations Judged (34:1-17); Bursting Joy (35:1-10); Assyria Besieges Jerusalem (36:1-22); Prophecy of Deliverance (37:1-13); Hezekiah's Prayer and God's Response (37:14-38); Hezekiah's Illness and Extension of Life (38:1-22); Babylonian Envoys (39:1-8); Yahweh Returns to Jerusalem (40); God's Accusations (41:1-29); Yahweh Works through His Servant, Blind and Deaf Israel (42:1-25); God the Merciful Creator (43:1-14); Rebuffing God's Mercy (43:15-28); The Lord's Servant (44:1-5); Rejecting Idols (44:6-23).
Restored Jerusalem (44:24-28)Cyrus, a Messiah (45:1-25); Babylon's Gods vs. Israel's God (46:1-13); Babylon's Abasement (47:1-15); Stubborn Israel Accused (48:1-11); God's Call of Love (48:12-22); The Servant of the Lord (49:1-7); Israel Restored (49:8-26); Sin and Obedience (50:1-11); Zion's Comfort (51:1-16); Drunk on God's Wrath (51:17-23); Zion's Enthronement (52:1-12); God's Servant Suffers (52:13-53:12); Barren Zion Vindicated (54); Compassion for the Oppressed (55:1-13); Outsiders Made Insiders (56:1-8); Accusing the Wicked (56:9-57:13); The Contrite Revived (57:14-21).
Summary: Many today find the Old Testament a closed book. The cultural issues seem insurmountable and we are easily baffled by that which seems obscure. Furthermore, without knowledge of the ancient culture we can easily impose our own culture on the text, potentially distorting it. This series invites you to enter the Old Testament with a company of guides, experts that will give new insights into these cherished writings. Features include Over 2000 photographs, drawings, maps, diagrams and charts provide a visual feast that breathes fresh life into the text. Passage-by-passage commentary presents archaeological findings, historical explanations, geographic insights, notes on manners and customs, and more. Analysis into the literature of the ancient Near East will open your eyes to new depths of understanding both familiar and unfamiliar passages. Written by an international team of 30 specialists, all top scholars in background studies.
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Many today find the Old Testament a closed book. The cultural issues seem insurmountable and we are easily baffled by that which seems obscure. Furthermore, without knowledge of the ancient culture we can easily impose our own culture on the text, potentially distorting it. This series invites you to enter the Old Testament with a company of guides, experts that will give new insights into these cherished writings. Features include Over 2000 photographs, drawings, maps, diagrams and charts provide a visual feast that breathes fresh life into the text. Passage-by-passage commentary presents archaeological findings, historical explanations, geographic insights, notes on manners and customs, and more. Analysis into the literature of the ancient Near East will open your eyes to new depths of understanding both familiar and unfamiliar passages. Written by an international team of 30 specialists, all top scholars in background studies.

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Intro; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; How to Use This eBook; Acknowledgments; Methodology: An Introductory Essay; General Bibliography; Abbreviations; Isaiah; Heading (1:1); Courtroom Summons (1:2-31); The Last Days for the Lord's Mountain (2:1-22); Judgment on Jerusalem, Judah, and Their Women (3:1-4:1); The Branch of Yahweh (4:2-6); Allegory of the Vineyard (5:1-7); Woes and Judgments against Oppressors (5:8-30); Isaiah's Commission and Message (6:1-13); Isaiah and Ahaz (7:1-9); Immanuel's Sign (7:10-25); Assyria Is Coming (8:1-10); Wait for God (8:11-22).

A Child Is Born (9:1-7)Condemnation of Israel's Sinful Pride (9:8-10:4); Condemnation of Assyria's Sinful Pride (10:5-19); A Returning Remnant (10:20-34); Oracle of the Coming Ideal King (11:1-16); A Praise Hymn (12:1-6); An Oracle against Babylon (13:1-22); Babylon Taunted (14:1-23); Oracle against Assyria (14:24-27); Oracle against Philistia (14:28-32); Oracle against Moab (15:1-16:14); Oracle against Damascus (17:1-14); Oracle against Cush (18:1-7); Oracle against Egypt (19:1-25); Blessings for Egypt, Assyria, and Israel (19:16-25); Prophetic Signs for Egypt and Cush (20:1-5).

Babylon's Doom (21:1-10)Prophecies against Edom and Arabia (21:11-17); Oracle against Jerusalem (22:1-25); Oracle against Tyre (23:1-18); Judging the Earth (24:1-23); God's Blessing on Zion (25:1-12); Judah's Salvation Song (26:1-21); Israel's Restoration (27:1-13); Drunken Ephraim (28:1-13); Jerusalem's Covenant with Death (28:14-29); Siege of Ariel (29:1-10); Vision of Restoration (29:11-24); Woe to the Obstinate (30:1-5); Oracle against Animals of the Negev (30:6-14); Grace Offered to Zion (30:15-26); Judgment on Assyria (30:27-33); Woe to Those Turning to Egypt (31:1-9).

Righteous Rule (32:1-8)Warning to Women (32:9-20); Promised Help in Distress (33:1-24); All Nations Judged (34:1-17); Bursting Joy (35:1-10); Assyria Besieges Jerusalem (36:1-22); Prophecy of Deliverance (37:1-13); Hezekiah's Prayer and God's Response (37:14-38); Hezekiah's Illness and Extension of Life (38:1-22); Babylonian Envoys (39:1-8); Yahweh Returns to Jerusalem (40); God's Accusations (41:1-29); Yahweh Works through His Servant, Blind and Deaf Israel (42:1-25); God the Merciful Creator (43:1-14); Rebuffing God's Mercy (43:15-28); The Lord's Servant (44:1-5); Rejecting Idols (44:6-23).

Restored Jerusalem (44:24-28)Cyrus, a Messiah (45:1-25); Babylon's Gods vs. Israel's God (46:1-13); Babylon's Abasement (47:1-15); Stubborn Israel Accused (48:1-11); God's Call of Love (48:12-22); The Servant of the Lord (49:1-7); Israel Restored (49:8-26); Sin and Obedience (50:1-11); Zion's Comfort (51:1-16); Drunk on God's Wrath (51:17-23); Zion's Enthronement (52:1-12); God's Servant Suffers (52:13-53:12); Barren Zion Vindicated (54); Compassion for the Oppressed (55:1-13); Outsiders Made Insiders (56:1-8); Accusing the Wicked (56:9-57:13); The Contrite Revived (57:14-21).

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