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The Book of Isaiah in Fifteen Studies
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The Book of Isaiah in Fifteen Studies


Young Men’s Christian Association Press 1910

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Divided into 15 studies, George L. Robinson examines the character of Isaiah, the divisions in structure within the text, the extent of biblical prophecy, and the response of Israel.

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Key Features

  • Discusses the structure and makeup of Isaiah
  • Examines the themes of the book of Isaiah, including salvation by faith
  • Includes review questions for each chapter for further study


  • Isaiah’s Life and Writings
  • Analysis of the Book of Isaiah
  • The Period of Isaiah
  • Isaiah’s Prophecies Chronologically Arranged
  • The Critical Problem
  • Judah’s Social Sins (Chapters 1–6)
  • Judah’s Political Entanglements (Chapters 7–12)
  • Isaiah’s “Burdens” Concerning Foreign Nations (Chapters 13–23)
  • Spiritual Messages of Salvation (Chapters 24–27)
  • A Series of Six Woes (Chapters 28–33)
  • History, Prophecy and Song (Chapters 36–39)
  • Deliverance from Captivity through Cyrus (Chapters 40–48)
  • The Servant of Jehovah (Chapters 49–57)
  • The Future Glory of the People of God (Chapters 58–66)

Product Details

  • Title: The Book of Isaiah in Fifteen Studies
  • Author: George L. Robinson
  • Publisher: Young Men’s Christian Association Press
  • Publication Date: 1910
  • Pages: 175

About George L. Robinson

George L. Robinson (1863–1958) was educated at Princeton University and Berlin University. He went on to become a professor at Knox College and Beirut College. Robinson later accepted the position of professor of theology at the University of Chicago.

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