Introduction to the Study of Isaiah (T&t Clark Approaches To Biblical Studies Series)
This new book in the "T&T Clark" approaches series introduces students and general readers to the book of "Isaiah". "An Introduction to the Study of Isaiah" provides readers with a guide to the central issues arising from various approaches to...
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This new book in the "T&T Clark" approaches series introduces students and general readers to the book of "Isaiah". "An Introduction to the Study of Isaiah" provides readers with a guide to the central issues arising from various approaches to this influential prophetic text. Readers will be introduced to the diverse methods and results of modern Isaianic study. They will see how these approaches differ from, and relate to one another. After a brief introduction, this book gets right at the heart of the current diversity in "Isaiah" studies by identifying the trends in, and tracing the history of contemporary Isaianic scholarship. With this groundwork in place, this study examines various theories regarding the formation of "Isaiah", ways in which scholars connect "Isaiah" to its historical context, the contributions of literary theory to understanding "Isaiah", and finally theological approaches to the book. Because of its emphasis on method, this book will be important for students concerned with negotiating the vast and diverse body of scholarly literature that now surrounds this central biblical book. These guides have been developed for those taking a course in biblical studies in theological or ministerial education, and are designed to introduce the reader to the various approaches to the study of the bible. The series is ecumenical, and all the writers are professionally engaged in the teaching of biblical studies.
Jacob Stromberg has taught Hebrew and Old Testament at Oxford University and Duke Divinity School. He earned a M.A. in Hebrew and Semitics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a D. Phil from the University of Oxford. Currently he is working on an introduction to Isaiah.
- Chapter 1 - Introduction; Chapter 2 - Trends In Isaiah Study; Chapter 3 - Approaches To The Formation Of Isaiah; Chapter 4 - Historical Topics In Isaiah Study; Chapter 5 - Literary Approaches To Isaiah; Chapter 6 - Theological Approaches To Isaiah; Chapter 7 - Conclusion.