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The Exiles’ Book of Consolation Contained in Isaiah XL–LXVI
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The Exiles’ Book of Consolation Contained in Isaiah XL–LXVI

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T&T Clark 1899

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Overview

Edward F. König’s The Exiles’ Book of Consolation Contained in Isaiah XL–LXVI exegetically examines the structure, prophetic content, and theopneustic character of the text. Also discoursing on the authorship and date of composition, König thoroughly annotates the text for critical elucidation.

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Key Features

  • Studies the unity, date, and composition of Isaiah 40–66
  • Examines chapters 40–66 from a exilic standpoint
  • Discusses the prophecies found in Isaiah 40–66

Contents

  • The Unity of the Exiles’ Book of Consolation
  • The Date of the Most Certain Parts of the Exiles’ Book of Consolation
  • The Place of Composition of the Exiles’ Book of Consolation
  • The Principal Ideas of the Exiles’ Book of Consolation

Praise for the Print Edition

The book is a valuable one, both for the view which it gives opinion on these chapters and for the contribution which the author himself makes to their interpretation.

The Critical Review of Theological & Philosophical Literature

Product Details

  • Title: The Exiles’ Book of Consolation Contained in Isaiah XL–LXVI
  • Author: Edward F. König
  • Publisher: T&T Clark
  • Publication Date: 1899
  • Pages: 224

About Edward F. König

Edward F. König, born in 1846, was educated at the University of Leipsic and the University of Erlangen. König went on to become professor of theology at the University of Leipsic.