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The Unperceived Continuity of Isaiah

Professor James H. Charlesworth (Redaktør)

The Unperceived Continuity of Isaiah

This volume highlights the textual evolution of the biblical book called Isaiah from the eighth to the third centuries BCE. Les mer
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The Unperceived Continuity of Isaiah

This volume highlights the textual evolution of the biblical book called Isaiah from the eighth to the third centuries BCE. The book was probably the most important Scripture for the Community that collected or composed the Dead Sea Scrolls; it significantly shaped the life and thoughts of John the Baptizer, Jesus, Paul, and the Evangelists. Distinguished scholars from the United States, Israel, Greece, and elsewhere discuss the continuing influence of Isaiah from antiquity to today and significantly through Jewish and Christian liturgies.

With high-profile contributors including Dale Allison, Jeffrey Chadwick, James Charlesworth, and Emanuel Tov, the volume explores how the Book of Isaiah influenced Jewish and Christian texts and life for nearly three millennia. The collection develops from the insights and continuity of Isaiah itself to its relevance in the Dead Sea Scrolls, the lives of John the Baptizer and Jesus, as well as Paul's Letter to the Romans and the Intra-Canonical Gospels. This collection presents highly creative and ground-breaking scholarship focused on the origin and vital role of one of the most influential books in our culture.

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Contributors
Introduction: Is There an Unperceived Continuity of Isaiah? - James H. Charlesworth, Princeton Theological Seminary, USA
1. The Unperceived Continuity of Isaiah - James H. Charlesworth, Princeton Theological Seminary, USA
2. The Continuity in the Prophetic Visions in First Isaiah (1-39) - Dan'el Kahn, University of Haifa, Israel
3. Deutero-(Second-) Isaiah - Shalom M. Paul, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
4. The Insights of Third Isaiah - Observations of a Traditionalist - Jeffrey R. Chadwick, Brigham Young University, USA
5. Exegesis and Theology in the Transmission of Isaiah - Emanuel Tov, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
6. Isaiah, John the Baptizer, and Jesus - Dale C. Allison, Princeton Theological Seminary, USA
7. The Influence of Isaiah on Paul's Romans and the Intra-Canonical Gospels - James H. Charlesworth, Princeton Theological Seminary, USA
8. The Influence of Isaiah on Jewish and Christian Liturgies - Miroslaw S. Wrobel, University of Lublin, Poland
Conclusion - James H. Charlesworth, Princeton Theological Seminary, USA
Afterword: Why Isaiah? - Albert I. Baumgarten, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Appendix 1: Love in the School of Isaiah and Continuity in 1QIsaiahA - James H. Charlesworth, Princeton Theological Seminary, USA
Index of References
Index of Authors

Examines the ways in which Isaiah has influenced both Judaism and Christianity for over two thousand years and shows the thread of continuity that links the different parts of this prophetic book.

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