Book of Isaiah

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Noun1.Book of Isaiah - an Old Testament book consisting of Isaiah's prophecies
Old Testament - the collection of books comprising the sacred scripture of the Hebrews and recording their history as the chosen people; the first half of the Christian Bible
Nebiim, Prophets - the second of three divisions of the Hebrew Scriptures
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Another fine essay is Marvin Sweeney's, demonstrating that the book of Isaiah is thoroughly eschatological, and that eschatology is not confined to the royal or messianic aspects emphasized by earlier commentators like Hugo Gressmann and Sigmund Mowinckel, but focuses on Zion as a symbol of God's rule as unrivaled creator of the universe for both Israel and the nations.
The theme of his address was taken from a verse from the book of Isaiah - "Those who wait on the Lord shall renew their strength".
In the Book of Isaiah God asked: "whom shall I send, and who will go for us?
Synopsis: The last chapters of the book of Isaiah offer a vision of new hope at the dawn of the postexilic period.
Zach said, "If I were to speak to Netanyahu, I'd quote him a passage from the Book of Isaiah, [chapter 49, verse 17]: 'Your children hasten back, and those who laid you waste depart from you'.
This year's theme is; "A new legacy," taken from the book of Isaiah 61:4.
A line in the Old Testament Book of Isaiah has led a number of people to believe (http://www.
The most important religious text among those acquired by the National Library is a fragment of a Judeo-Persian version of a commentary on the Book of Isaiah.
LCMS: The critical division of the book of Isaiah has become increasingly suspect.
He often referenced the Book of Isaiah, Chapter 18, where the prophet addresses "an aggressive nation" of "people tall and smooth skinned" in a "land divided by rivers.
Most biblical scholars today believe that Isaiah son of Amotz of Jerusalem, summoned to his mission in 740 BCE, authored the first 39 chapters of the canonized Book of Isaiah.
Topics include border delineation and the setting of boundary stellae during the Egyptian Middle Kingdom, Egyptian-Canaanite relations in the Second Intermediate Period as reflected by scarabs, relations between Amenhotep II and the Kingdom of Mitanni, archaeological findings at a settlement of the Sherden dated to the reign of Rameses III, parallelism between the biblical passage II Samuel 22 and the Israel Stela of Merneptah, Egyptian influence behind the names of Immanuel in the biblical book of Isaiah, Egyptian influence on the Southern Levant and the Kingdom of Judah during the 26th Dynasty, and the role of civil servants who participated in Egyptian military campaigns.