Isaiah: Interpreted by Early Christian and Medieval Commentators

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ISAIAH
Interpreted by Early Christian
and Medieval Commentators

Translated and Edited by

Robert Louis Wilken

with

Angela Russell Christman

and

Michael J. Hollerich

WILLIAM B. EERDMANS PUBLISHING COMPANY
GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN / CAMBRIDGE, U.K.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The Church’s Bible i
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Series Preface x
  • Acknowledgments xii
  • Interpreting the Old Testament xiii
  • Introduction to the Christian Interpretation of Isaiah xx
  • Preface to Isaiah 1
  • Isaiah 1 14
  • Isaiah 2 30
  • Isaiah 4 43
  • Isaiah 5 50
  • Isaiah 6 61
  • Isaiah 7 90
  • Isaiah 8 108
  • Isaiah 9 118
  • Isaiah 11 132
  • Isaiah 12 154
  • Isaiah 13 158
  • Isaiah 14 168
  • Isaiah 15–16 182
  • Isaiah 19 192
  • Isaiah 20 199
  • Isaiah 24 202
  • Isaiah 25 208
  • Isaiah 26 217
  • Isaiah 28 232
  • Isaiah 29 241
  • Isaiah 35 253
  • Isaiah 40 263
  • Isaiah 41 281
  • Isaiah 42 291
  • Isaiah 43 303
  • Isaiah 44 316
  • Isaiah 45 329
  • Isaiah 46 347
  • Isaiah 48 356
  • Isaiah 49 363
  • Isaiah 50 380
  • Isaiah 51 390
  • Isaiah 52:1-12 400
  • Isaiah 52:13–53:12 412
  • Isaiah 54 431
  • Isaiah 55 440
  • Isaiah 56 450
  • Isaiah 60 459
  • Isaiah 61 470
  • Isaiah 62 482
  • Isaiah 63 488
  • Isaiah 64 499
  • Isaiah 65 508
  • Isaiah 66 522
  • Appendix 1 - Authors of Works Excerpted 537
  • Appendix 2 - Sources of Texts Translated 545
  • Index of Names 567
  • Index of Subjects 569
  • Index of Scripture References 574
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