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This booklet deals a selective survey of the background of Isaiah's reception over the process millennia, from the Septuagint and early types, carrying on with throughout the centuries in Jewish and Christian exegesis, and concluding with the past due 20th century. each one bankruptcy contains an introductory survey of Isaiah's interpretation inside of a selected old context, after which pursues a selected aspect of Isaiah's reception by way of certainly one of Isaiah's many readers in that point interval. Contributing authors characterize a large choice of experts within the fields of religious study, rabbinics, and Christian historical past and theology. Aimed essentially at students operating within the fields of bible study, hermeneutics, and the background of interpretation. it is going to even be of curiosity to clergy and lecturers.
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3 of Critique textuelle de l’Ancien Testament; Fribourg: Universitätsverlag; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1992], 26). He does not concern himself with possible motives. On the other extreme, G. B. ” It seems to me that he is correct in his suspicions but is looking into the face of the wrong tradent. Other commentators follow the suggestion of H. D. ” In addition to the plural Mym(, a second exploitable detail in these verses is the uncommon affirmation that the Lord enters into judgment “with the elders of his people, and his princes” (Isa 3:14).
Kata)sth&sei and ei0j kri0sin appear three times each. 17. Including D. W. Thomas in BHS, who for text-critical reasons (which I think are mistaken) follows lxx and proposes wm(. ” 37 The translation is striking: And after these things, God will send people far away, and those who have been left will be multiplied on the land. kai\ meta__ tau~ta makrunei= o( qeo__j tou__j a)nqrw&pouj, kai\ oi9 kataleifqe/ntej plhqunqh&sontai e0pi\ th~j gh~j. 18 The insertion of meta_ tau~ta (“after these things”)—an unusual maneuver, unauthorized by any Hebrew words—introduces restoration where the Hebrew text continues to describe the landscape of desolation.
R. A. Muller, “Biblical Interpretation in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries,” in McKim, Historical Handbook of Major Biblical Interpreters, 131–34. 92. For these, see Martin Luther, Lectures on Isaiah, Chapters 1–39 (ed. J. Pelikan and H. Oswald; trans. H. Bouman; Luther’s Works 16; St. Louis: Concordia, 1969) and Lectures on Isaiah, Chapters 40–66 (ed. H. Oswald; trans. H. Bouman; Luther’s Works 17; St. Louis: Concordia, 1972). This work is a translation from the series Martin Luthers Werke: Kritische Gesamtausgabe (Weimarer Ausgabe; Weimar: Bohlau, 1883–).