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The Prophecies of Isaiah Translated and Explained, vol. 1
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The Prophecies of Isaiah Translated and Explained, vol. 1


Charles Scribner’s Sons 1870

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Following an extensive introduction to the book of Isaiah, Joseph Addison Alexander offers critical commentary on the original text. Offering both synoptic annotation and semantic inquiry into the text, Alexander elucidates of the literal and figurative prose. Volume 1 covers chapters 1 through 31.

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Key Features

  • Features an extensive introduction to the text
  • Provides verse-by-verse commentary
  • Analyzes the prophecies and their background

Praise for the Print Edition

This work is the richest product of his scholarship, and in this edition is destined to exert a still wider influence than before.

The American Presbyterian Review

Product Details

  • Title: The Prophecies of Isaiah Translated and Explained, vol. 1
  • Author: Joseph Addison Alexander
  • Publisher: Charles Scribner & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1870
  • Pages: 515

About Joseph Addison Alexander

Joseph Addison Alexander (1809–1860) was a professor of theology at Princeton, as well as a biblical scholar, author, and Presbyterian minister. Alexander’s works include The Gospel according to Mark, The Gospel according to Matthew, The Acts of the Apostles Explained, and The Psalms Translated and Expanded.