Sep 2, 2014

Resource on Isaiah

Students of Isaiah might be interested in this upcoming festschrift for Joseph Blenkinsopp entitled The Book of Isaiah: Enduring Questions Answered Anew. An Amazon link is here.

Table of Contents:


In Praise of Joe Blenkinsopp
Philip Davies

Exegetical Studies

“An Initial Problem”: The Setting and Purpose of Isaiah 10:1-4
G. M. Williamson

On the Structure and Formation of the Book of Deutero-Isaiah
Rainer Albertz

The Legal Capacity of Women in the Biblical Tradition of the Persian Period
Klaus Baltzer and Peter Marinkovic

The Lament in Isaiah 63:7–64:11 and Its Literary and Theological Place in Isaiah 40–66
Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer

Joseph Blenkinsopp as an Interpreter of “Third Isaiah”
Hans M. Barstad

“Build up, Pass through” — Isaiah 57:14–62:12 as the Core Composition of Third Isaiah
Andreas Schuele

Thematic Essays

Major Interchanges in the Book of Isaiah Subservient to Its Umbrella Theme: The Establishment of Yhwh’s Sovereign Rule at Mt. Zion (Chs. 12–13; 27–28; 39–40; 55–56)
Willem A. M. Beuken

Little Highs, Little Lows: Tracing Key Themes in Isaiah
Hyun Chul Paul Kim

Kingship and Servanthood in the Book of Isaiah
Ulrich Berges

Eschatology in the Book of Isaiah
Marvin A. Sweeney

Consumerism, Idolatry, and Environmental Limits in Isaiah
Patricia K. Tull

Isaiah’s Interpretive Revolution: How Isaiah’s Formation Influenced Early Jewish and Christian Interpretation
Jacob Stromberg

HT: Eerdword Blog

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