Arranged as a series of nine lectures, William De Burgh expounds on the prophecies and explicit promises held in the text of Isaiah. De Burgh offers clarification of the text, as well as practical interpretation.
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On the whole, it is a noble contribution to theological literature, on which the University of Dublin may safely be congratulated. It will be found highly valuable for constant reference.
—The Literary Gazette
The critical part, though brief, is excellent; while the prophetical exposition is clear and concise. Dr. De Burgh’s works are those of a thorough scholar, and deep student of the prophetical scriptures.
—Quarterly Journal of Prophecy
William De Burgh was educated at Trinity College, Dublin. De Burgh is the author of A Compendium of Hebrew Grammar, An Exposition of the Book of Revelation, and Discourses on the Life of Christ.