The Oxford Handbook of Isaiah

Oxford University Press
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  • erschienen am 5. Oktober 2020
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  • 640 Seiten
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The book of Isaiah is without doubt one of the most important books in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, as evidenced by its pride of place in both Jewish and Christian traditions as well as in art and music. Most people, scholars and laity alike, are familiar with the words of Isaiah accompanied by the magnificent tones of Handel's 'Messiah'. Isaiah is also one of the most complex books due to its variety and plurality, and it has accordingly been the focus of scholarly debate for the last 2000 years. Divided into eight sections, The Oxford Handbook of Isaiah constitutes a collection of essays on one of the longest books in the Bible. They cover different aspects regarding the formation, interpretations, and reception of the book of Isaiah, and also offer up-to-date information in an attractive and easily accessible format. The result does not represent a unified standpoint; rather the individual contributions mirror the wide and varied spectrum of scholarly engagement with the book. The authors of the essays likewise represent a broad range of scholarly traditions from diverse continents and religious affiliations, accompanied by comprehensive recommendations for further reading.
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978-0-19-066925-6 (9780190669256)
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Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer is Reader in Hebrew Bible at the University of Aberdeen. She graduated with her DPhil in Theology from the University of Oxford in 2002. She has published widely, including Priestly Rites and Prophetic Rage, For the Comfort of Zion, Zechariah and His Visions, and Zechariah's Vision Report and its Earliest Interpreters.
List of contributors Abbreviations Introduction Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer Part I The Book of Isaiah: Its Final Structure Jacob Stromberg The Book of Isaiah: Its Composition History Uwe Becker Part II The Oracles against the Nations Hyun Chul Paul Kim Isaiah 24-27: The So-Called Isaiah Apocalypse Todd Hibbard The Narratives about Isaiah and Their Relationship with 2 Kings and 2 Chronicles Shelley L. Birdsong Isaiah 40-55 Katie M. Heffelfinger Isaiah 56-66 Andreas Schüle Part III Isaiah and the Neo-Assyrian Background C. L. Crouch and Christopher B. Hays Isaiah and the Neo-Babylonian Background Joseph Blenkinsopp Isaiah and the Persian/Hellenistic Background Kristin Joachimsen Part IV God's Character in Isaiah Patricia K. Tull Monotheism in Isaiah Matthias Albani Sin and Punishment in Isaiah Blazenka Scheuer Jerusalem / Daughter Zion in Isaiah Frederik Poulsen Davidic Kingship in Isaiah H. G. M. Williamson Exile in Isaiah Dalit Rom-Shiloni The Servant(s) in Isaiah Ulrich Berges Wisdom in Isaiah Andrew T. Abernethy Eschatology in Isaiah Soo J. Kim Part V The Poetic Structures in Isaiah J. Blake Couey The Poetic Vision of Isaiah Francis Landy The Use of Metaphors in Isaiah Göran Eidevall Part VI Isaiah in the Qumran Scrolls George J. Brooke Isaiah in Greek Abi T. Ngunga Isaiah in Aramaic William A. Tooman Isaiah in Latin Anni Maria Laato Part VII Isaiah in Ancient, Medieval, and Modern Jewish Traditions Antti Laato Isaiah in the New Testament Steve Moyise Post-Shoah Readings of Isaiah Marvin A. Sweeney Canonical Reading of Isaiah John Goldingay Isaiah in Art and Music John F. A. Sawyer Part VIII Feminist/Womanist Readings of Isaiah Sharon Moughtin-Mumby Postcolonial Readings of Isaiah Mark G. Brett Isaiah in Liberation Theology Carol J. Dempsey, OP Interpretive Context Matters: Isaiah and the African Context in African Study Bibles Knut Holter Reading Isaiah in Asia Maggie Low

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