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Apocalypse of Isaiah
Apocalypse of Isaiah (or “Little Apocalypse of Isaiah” or “Mini Apocalypse of Isaiah”). A title ascribed to Isa 24–27 by modern biblical scholarship due to its similarities with other apocalyptic literature. For information on this section of the book of Isaiah, and the debate surrounding it, see this
Isaiah, Book of
Isaiah, Book of Records a narrative about the prophet Isaiah which is interspersed with his prophecies to the royal court of Judah (Isa 1–39); also contains poetic narrative about Yahweh’s judgments and His prophesied restoration of His people (Isa 40–66). Set within the eighth—sixth centuries bc. The
Isaiah, Book of, Critical Issues
Isaiah, Book of, Critical Issues Discusses various outlines for the book of Isaiah, the so-called “Apocalypse of Isaiah,” and the history of interpretation of the book of Isaiah.