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Studies in the Book of Isaiah


Clarendon Press 1910

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Originally given as lectures in Bristol and Norwich, M. G. Glazebrook offers exposition on the character of Isaiah, the extent of Isaiah’s prophecies, and the implications of Isaiah’s prophecies on the nation of Israel. Glazebrook also offers a chronological table for elucidation of key events.

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Key Features

  • Studies the prophecies of Isaiah critically
  • Discusses the historical nature of the book of Isaiah
  • Includes a chronological table and multiple extensive indexes


  • Isaiah of Jerusalem
    • The Great Commission
    • The Prophetic Order
    • The Traditional Text
    • The Political Situation
    • The Young Reformer
    • The Smoking Firebrand
    • The Fellowship of the Prophets
    • The Overflowing Scourge
    • The Victory of Faith
    • Isaiah the Patriot
    • The Prophet as Foreteller
    • The Reformer’s Final Protest
    • The Last Visions
    • The Messianic Hope
    • Isaiah’s Conceptions of God’s Nature Providence
    • Isaiah the Poet
    • Translation of Isaiah’s Prophecies
  • Anonymous Prophecies of the Exile
    • The Prophet’s Mantle
    • The Lessons of Exile
    • Voices of the Dawn
    • Translation of Anonymous Prophecies
  • Deutero-Isaiah
    • The New Departure
    • The Great Assize
    • Cyrus the Deliverer
    • Zion Restored
    • Deutero-Isaiah as Poet
    • Deutero-Isaiah’s Theology
    • Translation: Deutero-Isaiah’s Drama of Exile
    • The Four Fragments
    • The Servant of Jehovah
    • Translation: The Drama of the Servant of Jehovah
  • Trito-Isaiah
    • The Prophet of Ezra’s Age
    • The Sins of Jerusalem
    • The Coming Year of Grace
    • The Great Sacrilege
    • Trito-Isaiah as Poet and Teacher
    • Translation: The Prophecies of Trito-Isaiah

Praise for the Print Edition

A reverent exposition of the book of Isaiah by a scholars who has availed himself of, and in many cases adopted, the conclusion of modern criticism and research.

The American Church Almanac

It is a delightful reading and should do much to popularize the study of the great Hebrew prophets.

The Hibbert Journal

Product Details

  • Title: Studies in the Book of Isaiah
  • Author: M. G. Glazebrook
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press
  • Publication Date: 1910
  • Pages: 382

About M. G. Glazebrook

M. G. Glazebrook (1853–1926) was educated at Balliol College, Oxford before becoming headmaster of Clifton College from 1891–1905. Glazebrook was appointed to the office of canon of Ely from 1905–1926, where he was given a doctorate of divinity.

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