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A redactional study of the book of Isaiah 13-23

Author: Jongkyung Lee
Publisher: Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018.
Series: Oxford theology and religion monographs.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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This study argues that a series of programmatic additions were made to the oracles concerning the nations in Isa 13-23 during the late-exilic period by the same circle of writers who were responsible for Isa 40-55. These additions were made to create continuity between the ancient oracles against the nations from the Isaiah tradition and the future fate of the same nations as the late-exilic redactor(s) foresaw. The  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Print version :
(OCoLC)1005103177
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jongkyung Lee
ISBN: 9780192548702 0192548700 9780191858369 0191858366
OCLC Number: 1038716502
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: 2-4-3: Relationship between Isaiah 13 and 14:4b-232-4-4: New approach; 2-5: SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION; 3 Philistia may take refuge in Zion (Isaiah 14:32b); 3-1: TEXTUAL DIFFICULTIES; 3-2: DATING PARTS OF THE ORACLE; 3-3: SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION; 4 Cush will come to Zion with a tribute (Isaiah 18:7); 4-1: TEXTUAL AND TRANSLATIONAL ISSUES; 4-2: IDENTIFYING DIFFERENT COMPOSITIONAL LAYERS; 4-3: SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION; 5 Zion should receive the outcasts of Moab (Isaiah 16:1-4a); 5-1: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ISAIAH 15-16 AND JEREMIAH 48; 5-2: ISAIAH 16:1-4A; 5-3: POSITION OF ISAIAH 16:1-4A 5-4: ISAIAH 16:4B-55-5: SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION; 6 Introducing the theme of YHWH's plan against the nations (Isaiah 14:26-27); 6-1: SEEING ISAIAH 14:26-27 AS A SEPARATE ADDITION; 6-2: DATING ISAIAH 14:26-27; 6-3: SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION; 7 Who planned this judgement against Tyre? (Isaiah 23:8-9, 11); 7-1: ORIGINAL POEM IN ISAIAH 23:1B-14; 7-1-1: Was Isaiah 23:1b-14 originally about Sidon?; 7-1-2: Textual emendations; 7-1-3: Indirect treatment of Tyre; 7-2: ISAIAH 23:8-9, 11; 7-2-1: Identifying Isaiah 23:8-9, 11 as a compositional unit; 7-2-2: Clues for dating Isaiah 23:8-9, 11 7-3: ISAIAH 23:15-187-4: SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION; 8 Egypt will be in dread because of YHWH's hand against it (Isaiah 19:16-17); 8-1: ISAIAH 19:1-15; 8-1-1: Isaiah 19:5-10; 8-1-2: Isaiah 19:1-4; 8-1-3: Isaiah 19:11-15; 8-2: ISAIAH 19:16-17; 8-2-1: Relationship between Isaiah 19:1-15 and 19:16-17; 8-2-2: Exodus tradition; 8-3: ISAIAH 19:18-25; 8-4: CONCLUSION; 9 Passages outside of chs 13-23 that express inclusivity towards the nations; 9-1: ISAIAH 2:2-4; 9-2: ISAIAH 42:1-4, 6-7; 45:22-23; 49:6; 51:4-5; 9-3: ISAIAH 60:3, 9; 61:6; [62:2]; 9-4: ISAIAH 56:3, 6-8; 66:18-24; 9-5: ISAIAH 25:6-8 9-6: CONCLUSION10 Summary and conclusion; 10-1: SUMMARY; 10-2: CONCLUSION; Bibliography; Index of Biblical Sources; General Index
Series Title: Oxford theology and religion monographs.
Responsibility: Jongkyung Lee.

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This book argues that a series of programmatic additions were made to the oracles concerning the nations in Isa 13-23 during the late-exilic period by the same circle of writers who were responsible  Read more...

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