In this volume, Walter Brueggemann focuses on Second Isaiah (Isaiah 40–55), believed to be written by a second exilic poet, and Third Isaiah (Isaiah 56–66), a third group of texts that rearticulate Isaianic theology in yet another faith situation. Brueggemann discusses both the distinctiveness of the texts and their canonical relatedness.
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