Isaiah 1-39: A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary, Volume 1

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Joseph Blenkinsopp
Doubleday, 2000 - Religion - 524 pages
3 Reviews
Johann Frederick Handel could not have written his oratorio, "The Messiah", if the biblical book of Isaiah had not been written. Isaiah 1-39 is the first of a two-volume Anchor Bible commentary on this majestic book of prophecy.

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A historical critical commentary on Isaiah 56-66. The author views much of the material as having been written after the exile, but at least believes in compositional unity within most of the sections ... Read full review

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A modern, historical-critical commentary on what has been deemed the "Second Isaiah"-- Isaiah 40-55. The author begins by taking issue with any interpretation that ascribes the work to Isaiah son of ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction to the Book of Isaiah
73
The Book of Isaiah
115
Isaiah 112
125
Isaiah 1327
141
Isaiah 2835
155
Isaiah 3639
164
Isaiah 112
171
Isaiah 1327
271
Isaiah 2835
380
Isaiah 3639
458
INDEXES
491
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About the author (2000)

Joseph Blenkinsopp is John A. O'Brien Professor Emeritus of Biblical Studies at the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Indiana. He is the author of "Sage, Priest, Prophet: Religious and Intellectual Leadership in Ancient Israel" and coauthor of .

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