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Westminster Bible Companion: Isaiah 1–39
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Westminster Bible Companion: Isaiah 1–39


Westminster John Knox 1998

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In this volume, Walter Brueggemann writes on Isaiah 1–39, which many scholars believe had a single author, Isaiah, of the eighth century BCE, who wrote in the context of the Assyrian empire between 742 and 701.

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Key Features

  • Contains a concise introduction to the book of Isaiah
  • Unfolds the various contexts and principles found in Scripture
  • Helps prepare pastors, students, and laity relay the Bible's teaching in a clear way


  • “Holy, Holy, Holy Is the Lord of Hosts”
  • Yahweh’s Rule in World Perspective
  • Yahweh’s Judgment on the Power of Evil
  • “The King in His Beauty”
  • The New Governance of Harshness and Joy
  • The Career of the Good King

Praise for the Print Edition

Brueggemaun is widely known to be an excellent writer with a winsome, engaging, and “personal” tone, though not in any way sentimental or manipulative. His language flows as if from a deep well of thoughtfulness and reflection. In sum, the articulation of his thoughts on the book of Isaiah bristles with imaginative, poetic language and modern application.

—Stephen T. Hague, Review of Biblical Literature

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About Walter Brueggemann

Walter Brueggemann is Emeritus William Marcellus McPheeters Professor of Old Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, Georgia. He is the author of many books including First and Second Samuel and Genesis in the Interpretation series, David's Truth: In Israel’s Imagination and Memory, Spirituality of the Psalms, The Prophetic Imagination and Cadences of Home: Preaching Among Exiles.

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