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Isaiah Volume 2 (Evangelical Press Study Commentary Series)

John Mackay

Isaiah Volume 2 (Evangelical Press Study Commentary Series)

John Mackay

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Isaiah's messianic descriptions are fuller than many in the Gospels, and his prophecy is quoted in the New Testament more than any other Old Testament book except Psalms. Volume 1 of this commentary covers the first thirty-nine chapters of Isaiah, which record the prophet's ministry against the background of the ever-present threat posed by the mighty Assyrian Empire, culminating with God's deliverance of the southern kingdom of Judah in the time of Hezekiah. The section concludes with a warning of the Babylonian exile, thus providing a link with the later chapters, in which the prophet's vision will be drawn forward to a time when Yahweh will again intervene to deliver his people and ultimately to the coming of Christ--Back cover.

- Publisher Volume 2 of 2, which covers chapters 40-66. There were no investigative journalists in the ancient world to bring to the attention of the public matters which the rich and powerful wished to keep hidden. But to a certain extent their role was fulfilled in ancient Israel by the prophets of Yahweh, amongst whom was numbered Isaiah. He exposed the follies of the rich, oppression in society, commented on the inadequacies of foreign alliances, and resolutely confronted wayward kings. The role of a prophet, however, differed in many key respects from that of a journalist. For one thing, the prophet was called and commissioned by God for the role that he had to play. A true prophet did not opt for this as a career: it was divinely assigned to him.

- Publisher

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About "Isaiah Volume 2 (Evangelical Press Study Commentary Series)"

Isaiah's messianic descriptions are fuller than many in the Gospels, and his prophecy is quoted in the New Testament more than any other Old Testament book except Psalms. Volume 1 of this commentary covers the first thirty-nine chapters of Isaiah, which record the prophet's ministry against the background of the ever-present threat posed by the mighty Assyrian Empire, culminating with God's deliverance of the southern kingdom of Judah in the time of Hezekiah. The section concludes with a warning of the Babylonian exile, thus providing a link with the later chapters, in which the prophet's vision will be drawn forward to a time when Yahweh will again intervene to deliver his people and ultimately to the coming of Christ--Back cover.
- Publisher

Volume 2 of 2, which covers chapters 40-66. There were no investigative journalists in the ancient world to bring to the attention of the public matters which the rich and powerful wished to keep hidden. But to a certain extent their role was fulfilled in ancient Israel by the prophets of Yahweh, amongst whom was numbered Isaiah. He exposed the follies of the rich, oppression in society, commented on the inadequacies of foreign alliances, and resolutely confronted wayward kings. The role of a prophet, however, differed in many key respects from that of a journalist. For one thing, the prophet was called and commissioned by God for the role that he had to play. A true prophet did not opt for this as a career: it was divinely assigned to him.
- Publisher

Meet the Author

John Mackay

John Mackay is International Director of 'Creation Research' and for three decades has been lecturing on God's creation and leading field trips on creation and Noah's flood around the globe. John takes a strong stand on the literal truth of the entire canon of Christian Scripture from Genesis to Revelation. He has a gift for communicating the Bible's teaching effectively to the ordinary person.

John has made several documentaries on evolution and broadcasts his Bible and Science teaching programs on cable networks in the US and Canada, and on TBN and SKY networks in the UK and Europe.

John has contended for a literal biblical Creation in public debates with leading mainstream scientists, including Oxford professor Richard Dawkins.

John has published many articles and has appeared widely on radio and TV, and in public seminars in universities, schools, and churches throughout the western world.

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  • Catalogue Code 277622
  • Product Code 9780852346822
  • ISBN 0852346824
  • EAN 9780852346822
  • Pages 600
  • Department Academic
  • Category Old Testament Commentaries
  • Sub-Category Isaiah
  • Publisher Evangelical Press
  • Publication Date Aug 2009
  • Sales Rank #60915
  • Dimensions 216 x 145 x 43 mm
  • Weight 0.940kg

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