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Author / Creator:Goldingay, John.
Imprint:Peabody, Mass. : Hendrickson Publishers, 2001.
Description:x, 397 p. ; 22 cm.
Language:English
Series:New International biblical commentary. Old Testament series ; 13
Subject:Bible. -- Isaiah -- Commentaries.
Bible. -- Isaiah.
Commentaries.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/4551840
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ISBN:1565632230 (paper)
1565635957 (hardcover)
Notes:"Based on the New International Version."
Includes bibliographical references (p. [375]-378) and index.
Table of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction: Jerusalem Judged and Restored (Isa. 1:1-2:1)
  • 2. The Last Days and the Day of Yahweh for Jerusalem (Isa. 2:2-4:6)
  • 3. Judgment Missed and Demonstrated (Isa. 5:1-30)
  • 4. Isaiah's Commission: To Stop People Hearing (Isa. 6:1-13)
  • 5. Coping with the Pressure from Syria and Ephraim (Isa 7:1-8:10)
  • 6. Isaiah's Significance, and the Fall of Darkness (Isa. 8:11-9:7)
  • 7. Yahweh's Unsated Anger with Israel (Isa. 9:8-10:4)
  • 8. The Felling of Assyria and the Growth of a Branch (Isa. 10:5-11:16)
  • 9. A Song to Sing on the Day of Salvation (Isa. 12:1-6)
  • 10. Introduction to Chapters 13-23
  • 11. Poems about Northern Powers (Isa. 13:1-14:27)
  • 12. Poems about Judah's Neighbors and about Jerusalem Itself (Isa. 14:28-17:14)
  • 13. Poems about the Southern Powers (Isa. 18:1-20:6)
  • 14. Poems about Northern Powers and about Jerusalem Itself (Isa. 21:1-23:18)
  • 15. Devastation and Renewal for the Whole Land (Isa. 24:1-27:13)
  • 16. Introduction to Chapters 28-33
  • 17. Oh You Drunken Leaders (Isa. 28:1-29)
  • 18. Oh You City of David (Isa. 29:1-24)
  • 19. Oh You Obstinate Nation (Isa. 30:1-33)
  • 20. Oh You People Who Rely on Egypt (Isa. 31:1-32:20)
  • 21. Oh You Destroyer Who Has Not Been Destroyed (Isa. 33:1-24)
  • 22. Streams Turned into Desolation, Desert into Pools (Isa. 34:1-35:10)
  • 23. Hezekiah's Great Political Crisis Confronts Him (Isa. 36:1-37:7)
  • 24. Hezekiah responds to His Great Political Crisis (Isa. 37:8-38)
  • 25. A More Equivocal Response to Two Further Challenges (Isa. 38:1-38:8)
  • 26. The Gifts of Comfort and Energy (Isa. 40:1-31)
  • 27. Fear Not, Servant Israel (Isa. 41:1-20)
  • 28. Servant and Covenant (Isa. 41:21-42:17)
  • 29. The Restoration of a Blind and Deaf Servant, I (Isa. 42:18-43:21)
  • 30. The Restoration of a Blind and Deaf Servant, II (Isa. 43:22-44:23)
  • 31. Cyrus, Yahweh's Anointed Shepherd (Isa. 44:24-45:25)
  • 32. The Fall of the Gods and Their City (Isa. 46:1-47:15)
  • 33. Now Is the Time for Response (Isa. 48:1-22)
  • 34. To Restore the People and the Land (Isa. 49:1-50:3)
  • 35. Four Wake-up Calls and a Departure Call (Isa. 50:4-52:12)
  • 36. A New Revelation of Yahweh's Arm (Isa. 52:13-53:12)
  • 37. An Invitation to Sing (Isa. 54:1-55:13)
  • 38. Back in Palestine: Yahweh's Vision for an Open Community (Isa. 56:1-8)
  • 39. Critique of the Community (Isa. 56:9-59:8)
  • 40. The Prayer That Needs to Be Prayed (Isa. 59:9-15a)
  • 41. A Vision of Yahweh Acting in Wrath, I (Isa. 59:15b-20)
  • 42. Promises of Glory (Isa. 59:21-60:22)
  • 43. Five Responses to Yahweh's Promises (Isa. 61:1-62:12)
  • 44. A Vision of Yahweh Acting in Wrath, II (Isa. 63:1-6)
  • 45. Where Are Your Zeal and Your Might? (Isa. 63:7-64:12)
  • 46. Yahweh's Closing Critique and Vision (Isa. 65:1-66:17)
  • 47. A Final Vision for the Nations (Isa. 66:18-24).