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The Unperceived Continuity of Isaiah



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The Unperceived Continuity of Isaiah

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The contributors to this volume examine the book of Isaiah and its role in Jewish and Christian texts and history. The focus is initially on the question of whether or not there is an unperceived continuity of Isaiah, before moving on to examine whether Isaiah represents merely the context of its 8th century BCE composition, or whether it reflects the additions that were made to it in intervening centuries, bestowing its influence upon texts related to the New Testament and continuing to impact Jewish and Christian liturgies until the present day. The result is a dedicated exploration of how Isaiah has influenced Jewish and Christian texts for nearly three millenia; moving from the insights and continuity of Isaiah itself to its relevance in the Dead Sea Scrolls, the lives of John the Baptist and Jesus, Paul's Letter to the Romans and the Intra-Canonical Gospels. With high profile contributors including Emanuel Tov, Jeffrey Chadwick and John Hoffman, this volume presents highly creative and ground-breaking scholarship on the vital role of this prophetic book.

Author Biography

James H. Charlesworth is the George L. Collord Professor of New Testament Language and Literature and Director of the Dead Sea Scrolls Project at Princeton Theological Seminary, USA.
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November 15th, 2018
Edited by James H. Charlesworth
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
T.& T.Clark Ltd
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