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The Royal Narratives and the Structure
The Lords Military Strategy concerning All the Earth
Who Are We in Isaiah?
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Ackroyd Ahaz narrative announced argued Assyrian king Babylon Babylonian Babylonian captivity beginning Bible biblical studies biblical text biblical theology Book of Isaiah book's chaps chapter 40 Clements community of survivors concerning Conrad context deliverance earth Fohrer form criticism Fortress Press fulfillment future hear the word Heze Hezekiah narrative historical background historical criticism historical-critical reading imagery implied audience implied community interpretive strategies Isaiah's vision Israel Jacob-Israel Jerusalem JSOT Judah judgment king of Assyria kingship language literary literature Lord of hosts Lord's plan Lord's word meaning military motif nations occurs Old Testament opponents oracle passage past person plural voice poetry present Prophecy prophet Rabshakeh reading of Isaiah redaction criticism redactor refers Rendtorff rhetorical questions righteousness royal narratives RSV translates salvation says Second Isaiah Sennacherib servant speaks structure suggests tion traditional twrh understanding understood unity verse vision of Isaiah Walter Brueggemann witnesses woe oracle words of Isaiah