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The Composition of the Book of Isaiah in the Light of History and Archaeology
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The Composition of the Book of Isaiah in the Light of History and Archaeology

by

Henry Frowde 1910

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Overview

Separated into a series of three lectures, Robert H. Kennett explores the inherent purpose of the text, the formation of the original text, and the additions within the Maccabaean period. Noting the specifics of authorship, Kennett provides exegesis on the variation of stylistic writing.

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Key Features

  • Examines the composition and structure of the book of Isaiah
  • Features three lectures on the book of Isaiah
  • Discusses the modification of the book over time

Contents

  • The Nucleus of the Book of Isaiah
  • Enlargement of the Original Book of Isaiah by the Addition of Prophecies Composed in the Babylonian and Persian Periods
  • Modification of the Enlarged Book of Isaiah during the Maccabaean Period, and Addition to It of Prophecies Recently Composed

Praise for the Print Edition

The presentation is clear and attractive, and the view presented, though not likely to command assent throughout, is fairly attractive, and the view presented . . . is representative of present-day opinion regarding the Book of Isaiah.

The Biblical World

Product Details

  • Title: The Composition of the Book of Isaiah in the Light of History and Archaeology
  • Author: Robert H. Kennett
  • Publisher: Henry Frowde
  • Publication Date: 1910
  • Pages: 94

About Robert H. Kennett

Robert H. Kennett (1846–1932) was fellow of Queen’s College and regius professor of Hebrew at the University of Cambridge.