Discovering Isaiah

Author by : Andrew Abernethy
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Description : Discovering Isaiah is the perfect introduction to the interpretation of Isaiah Through a critical assessment of key interpreters and interpretative debates, this is an Old Testament commentary that encourages in-depth study of the text and a genuine grappling with the theological and historical questions raised. As part of the Discovering Biblical Texts series, Discovering Isaiah draws on a range of author-, text- and reader-centred methodological approaches as complementary rather than mutually exclusive ways of understanding the text. It also focuses on the reception history of the book of Isaiah, increasingly viewed by Biblical scholars as a vital aspect of interpretation rather than an optional extra. Discovering Isaiah is an ideal Bible commentary for students and those looking to dig deeper into this key prophetic book of the Old Testament. You will gain a solid grasp of the structure and content of Isaiah, and a thorough understanding of a wide range of interpretative approaches and theological concerns that will enhance your own reading of the text.


Discovering Isaiah

Author by : Andrew T Abernathy
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : This concise introduction to the interpretation of the book of Isaiah encourages in-depth study of the text and deliberate grappling with related theological and historical questions by providing a critical assessment of key interpreters and interpretative debates. It draws on a range of methodological approaches (author-, text-, and reader-centered) and reflects the growing scholarly attention to the reception history of biblical texts, increasingly viewed as a vital aspect of interpretation rather than an optional extra.


Isaiah Berlin And The Enlightenment

Author by : L. W. B. Brockliss
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Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : Isaiah Berlin and the Enlightenment explores the development of Berlin's conception of the Enlightenment, noting its indebtedness to a specific German intellectual tradition. The book examines his comments on individual writers, arguing that some assigned to the Counter-Enlightenment have closer affinities to the Enlightenment than he recognized.


Discovering Isaiah Elt Ed

Author by : Random House
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Isaiah S Way

Author by : Donna Simard
Languange : en
Publisher by : Word Alive Press
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Description : A mother and author of Donna’s Dozen brings you real life stories of raising a child with Down Syndrome. You will meet their son Isaiah who will hopefully inspire you and encourage you to see the child and not the disability. Raising children is one of the most rewarding and important jobs that we can ever have. When your child is diagnosed with a condition like Down Syndrome your world changes. Our world certainly changed. I hope by reading this book you will see that even though there are challenges and fears, there is an upside to a disability. Isaiah is showing and teaching this to us daily. He expresses his love of life through small gestures of kindness. He really is like any other child that wants and desires to be accepted and not limited to pursue his dreams. Throughout this book you will get a glimpse of a child with Down Syndrome and through him I hope you will see and believe that every child has a purpose. We feel that as parents of Isaiah we are BLESSED!


Discovering Luke

Author by : Joel B. Green
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Description : Discovering Luke is the perfect introduction to the interpretation of Luke's gospel. Through a critical assessment of key interpreters and interpretative debates, this is a New Testament commentary that encourages in-depth study of the text and a genuine grappling with the theological and historical questions raised. As part of the Discovering Biblical Texts series, Discovering Luke draws on a range of author-, text- and reader-centred methodological approaches as complementary rather than mutually exclusive ways of understanding the text. It also focuses on the reception history of Luke's gospel, increasingly viewed by Biblical scholars as a vital aspect of interpretation rather than an optional extra. Discovering Luke is an ideal Bible commentary for students and those looking to dig deeper into this key book of the New Testament. You will gain a solid grasp of the structure and content of Luke's gospel, and a thorough understanding of a wide range of interpretative approaches and theological concerns that will enhance your own reading of the text.


Discovering Isaiah

Author by : Guideposts home Bible study program
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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The Discover God Study Bible Nlt

Author by : Tyndale
Languange : en
Publisher by : NavPress
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Description : 2008 ECPA Christian Book Award Winner! Every problem in life is based on an incorrect view of God. The Discover God Study Bible is the first study Bible specifically designed to address this problem. Every note and feature draws the reader to a deeper understanding of who God is and how He can transform their life. it features an easy-to-use TopicGuide to every major topic and teaching of the Bible.


Discovering Isaiah

Author by : Page H. Kelley
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Augustine

Author by : John M. Rist
Languange : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : A detailed and accurate account of the character and effects of Augustine's thought.


Discovering Prophecy And Wisdom

Author by : Margaret N. Ralph
Languange : en
Publisher by : Wipf and Stock Publishers
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Description : Discovering Prophecy and Wisdom is an excellent introduction to the methodology and insights of biblical scholarship. This engaging book, examining the books of Isaiah, Job, Proverbs and Psalms, will provoke insightful dialogue and meaningful discussion for teachers, students, Bible Study Programs, Faith Sharing Groups or anyone asking mature questions about these books of the Old Testament.


Discovering The Gospels Four Accounts Of The Good News

Author by : Margaret N. Ralph
Languange : en
Publisher by : Wipf and Stock Publishers
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Description : Discovering the Gospels: Four Accounts of the Good News answers many of our questions about the gospels. Author Margaret Nutting Ralph introduces us to the methodology and insights of biblical scholarship while involving us in thoughtful dialogue. Because it is written clearly in easily understood terms, this book is an invaluable aid for anyone asking mature questions about the gospels. It is especially suited for schools, Bible study programs, and faith sharing groups.


The Literary Message Of Isaiah

Author by : Avraham Gileadi
Languange : en
Publisher by : Habraeus Press
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Description : In this groundbreaking literary analysis of Isaiah, Avraham Gileadi leads the layman and scholar to discover Isaiah's apocalyptic message and messianic theology. The ancient writings of Isaiah now appear -- through Gileadi's illuminating work -- to bridge the gap between the Old and New Testaments, with an ennobling view of the Messiah acceptable to both Jew and Gentile. Employing sophisticated literary structures, isaiah draws on events out of Israel's past to communicate the future and answers pressing political and religious questions of our day by giving us a preview of what will transpire in the "last days" of the history of humanity. The Literary Message of Isaiah will revolutionize your understanding of Hebrew prophecy and profoundly enrich your love for the Bible.


A Boy S Guide To Discovering His Bible

Author by : Jim George
Languange : en
Publisher by : Harvest House Publishers
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Description : As a boy growing up, do you know one of the most important things you can do is read your Bible? Maybe the Bible doesn't seem exciting to you because it was written long ago. But if you look closely, you'll discover it shows you how to live God's way. The Bible can help you... know how to find good friends get along better with your family make right choices instead of wrong ones become more responsible and use your time well grow wise and become a strong Christian There is a lot God wants to share with you. Get to know your Bible better—it's an amazing adventure!


Face To Face With A Holy God

Author by : Kay Arthur
Languange : en
Publisher by : Harvest House Publishers
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Description : This inductive study of the book of Isaiah enables readers to observe and interpret the prophet's message and apply it to their own lives. The brief daily exercises provide the tools readers need to mark key words, list important insights, interrogate the text, and discover life answers for themselves. Experienced Bible students and beginners alike will enjoy discovering how they, like Isaiah, can stand strong in the face of attack, persevere in a faithful walk with God, and claim the tremendous promises He has provided.


Heralds Of The Good News

Author by : J. Ross Wagner
Languange : en
Publisher by : BRILL
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Description : A text-critical, literary, and theological investigation of Paul's use of Isaiah in his letter to the Romans. It situates Paul's reading of scripture within the milieu of early Jewish interpretive practices and places it in the particular context of his own mission to the Gentiles. This publication has also been published in paperback, please click here for details.


Discovering Romans

Author by : S. Lewis Johnson
Languange : en
Publisher by : Zondervan
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Description : Discovering Romans: Spiritual Revival for the Soul is a popular level guide by outstanding Bible teacher S. Lewis Johnson that opens up the motivating truths found in the apostle Paul’s powerful letter to the Romans. Anyone hungry to grow in practical understanding of Scripture will profit from Johnson’s rich teaching that stimulates both mind and emotions. This beloved pastor and professor works through the text engagingly, providing both clarifying insights and life applications along the way. Each chapter ends with reflection questions, making this volume useful not only for individual reading (or preparation for teaching) but also in small group Bible studies. John MacArthur once said, “Through the years I have listened to the preaching of S. Lewis Johnson far more than any other preacher.” Reading through this volume will be a soul-reviving experience.


Discovering Modern Horror Fiction

Author by : Darrell Schweitzer
Languange : en
Publisher by : Wildside Press LLC
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A Girl S Guide To Discovering Her Bible

Author by : Elizabeth George
Languange : en
Publisher by : Harvest House Publishers
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Description : The Bible can help you know how to find good friends, get along better with your family, make right choices, and grow into a stronger Christian. Take your first steps now to discovering how much God loves you!


The Bible Guide

Author by : Andrew Knowles
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lion Books
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Description : Here in one volume is a detailed and illuminating guide to every book of the Bible. Unlike traditional commentaries, 'The Bible Guide' is self-contained; readers do not have to cross-refer to Bible texts.


Disability And Isaiah S Suffering Servant

Author by : Jeremy Schipper
Languange : en
Publisher by : OUP Oxford
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Description : Although disability imagery is ubiquitous in the Hebrew Bible, characters with disabilities are not. The presence of the former does not guarantee the presence of the later. While interpreters explain away disabilities in specific characters, they celebrate the rhetorical contributions that disability imagery makes to the literary artistry of biblical prose and poetry, often as a trope to describe the suffering or struggles of a presumably nondisabled person or community. This situation contributes to the appearance (or illusion) of a Hebrew Bible that uses disability as a rich literary trope while disavowing the presence of figures or characters with disabilities. Isaiah 53 provides a wonderful example of this dynamic at work. The "Suffering Servant" figure in Isaiah 53 has captured the imagination of readers since very early in the history of biblical interpretation. Most interpreters understand the servant as an otherwise able bodied person who suffers. By contrast, Jeremy Schipper's study shows that Isaiah 53 describes the servant with language and imagery typically associated with disability in the Hebrew Bible and other ancient Near Eastern literature. Informed by recent work in disability studies from across the humanities, it traces both the disappearance of the servant's disability from the interpretative history of Isaiah 53 and the scholarly creation of the able bodied suffering servant.


Isaiah

Author by : Philip Hacking
Languange : en
Publisher by : InterVarsity Press
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From Culture Of Fear To Society Of Trust

Author by : Janez Juhant
Languange : en
Publisher by : LIT Verlag Münster
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Description : Fear is an emotion that is strongly connected with violence and with the darkest periods of history, including terrorism, genocides, and totalitarianism. It is especially important for theology, where it can be considered to have very positive aspects. However, worldwide cultures are too often burdened with unnecessary fear. There are different factors involved in the cultivation of an 'adequate culture' of fear, and one of them is the certainly that mankind does indeed know how to cultivate it. Therefore, awareness and knowledge about the concept of fear is necessary. This book helps to increase and widen that understanding. (Series: Theology East-West / Theologie Ost-West - Vol. 17)


School Shootings

Author by : RJ Parker
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : When kids suffer abuse at home from parents and siblings, they often then go to school and suffer bullying from peers and an endless series of dictates from teachers. They begin to feel trapped as they can't avoid abuse no matter where they are. In addition, when they see that the authority at home is part of the problem, and authority at school is either unconcerned or useless at helping them, they gradually realize that authority is fundamentally two-faced as it is not based on kind guidance as officially stated, but instead is based on controlling and exploiting the less powerful. No Killing In The Hallways, depicts some of the worse school shootings in history, including: Virginia Tech Columbine The University of Texas Sniper The Ecole Polytechnique Massacre Red Lake High School Shootings The Beslan School Hostage Crisis plus more


Journey Of A Cotton Blossom

Author by : J. C. Villegas
Languange : en
Publisher by : BrownBooks.ORM
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Description : A historical novel containing the interwoven stories of a father and son, each wrestling with his identity at a different time in a world full of hatred. Born amid the bigotry of the Deep South, mixed-race Joseph is a slave in all but name. Separated from his mother at birth, he yearns to run away from his loveless home and find her. It’s a journey that will take him from plantation to plantation and hardship to hardship, yielding joy, sorrow, and love along the way. Years later, Joseph’s son, Isaiah, faces his own journey: coming to terms with his homosexuality. But society is still slow to accept change, and Isaiah fears rejection from even those closest to his heart. From 1940s Mississippi to the civil rights era of the ’60s and the push for LGBT equality, the story follows three generations of a family fighting for liberation. J. C. Villegas paints an eye-opening story that will inspire readers to open their hearts to love. Though her characters face different types of discrimination, they all draw strength from love and from their faith in God. Can Joseph find the mother he has never met? Can Isaiah survive injustice and adversity? And can they each learn to love themselves in the face of a world that challenges their right to exist? “This Southern tale is filled with charm and is a beautiful journey . . . The reader constantly feels a connection to the main characters, who are fighting not only for their lives but, just as importantly, their dignity.” —Robin McGhee, co-founder and former co-director of GetEQUAL “A riveting tale of man’s struggle with identity and survival.” —PopSugar


Discovering The Bible

Author by : James F. Lacy
Languange : en
Publisher by : Xulon Press
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Description : Dr. James F. Lacy grew up in Geneva, a small town in South Alabama. He attended Alabama Polytechnic Institute (now Auburn University) graduating in 1953 with a degree in Agricultural Science and a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army. He was immediately called to active duty, serving more than twenty years. In addition to several state-side assignments, he also served in Europe, Korea and Vietnam. After his retirement from the army in 1974, he taught for more than twenty years at Chattahoochee Valley Community College. In addition to teaching history and geography he was chairman of the Social Sciences Department. Dr. Lacy's educational experiences include his BS from API, a MS from Tulane in International Relations and a PhD in History from Auburn University. His foreign languages include Spanish and Portuguese. Dr. Lacy has post-graduate work in geography. In the process of preparing for writing this book he traveled to Israel four times. He has traced two of Paul's three missionary journeys. Throughout Dr. Lacy's entire life, he has been involved in Bible study and teaching. For more than fifty years he has taught at least one Bible study each week and this includes the years spent in Korea and Vietnam, where regular Bible study was not easy. For the last ten years Dr. Lacy has taught at least three, sometimes four, Bible studies per week. Dr. Lacy is a lay person. His main purpose in writing this history of the Bible was to provide lay people with a comprehensive history of the scriptures that would be easy for lay people to read and understand.


Isaiah S Leper

Author by : Jr. George D. O'Clock
Languange : en
Publisher by : iUniverse
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Description : Roman Church hierarchy, do you need to have a massively destructive entity on a direct path toward your church steeples before you change your Godless ways? What does it take to make you realize the consequences of your denial and self-deception? You have the alleged murder of a recent pope-revelations of financial scandals-revelations of fraudulent excesses-revelations of massive sexual misconduct with children-revelations of avarice-revelations of depravity-revelations of a wide range of criminal acts-revelations of war crimes. These ugly dark deeds are not enough? Do you need a more direct message? Well, hang on to your cassocks reverend fathers, because there just might be another powerful entity, heading in your direction, that will be more than a match for the horror and darkness you have supported, nourished and promoted.


Preliminary Biblical Studies

Author by : David M. Steimle
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lulu.com
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Description : This work is a compilation of research designed to assist students researching the Bible and passing a program at a University in biblical studies. It covers a myriad of topics focusing primarily on the biblical text and contains deeper exposition on texts and themes commonly researched in an undergraduate, Graduate Christian studies, and Masters in Divinity programs that focus on the Bible. This text is divided by the Old and New Testament and further subdivided based on traditional category of the Bible.