Isaiah Chapter 6
This chapter uses a detailed analysis of the account of Isaiah of Jerusalem's vision and commissioning in Ch. 6 as the basis for an investigation of the literary and historical relationship between Proto‐ and Deutero‐Isaiah. It discusses the work of scholars such as C.F. Whitley and O. Kaiser on establishing a date for this chapter and examining its links with the Deuteronomic concept of prophecy, and considers key linguistic elements that appear to have influenced the later Isaiah tradition, with reference to the work of R.E. Clements.
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