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ACCS OT 10: Isaiah 1-39

ACCS OT 10: Isaiah 1-39

For the early church fathers the prophecy of Isaiah was not a compendium of
Jewish history or theology but an announcement of the coming Messiah fulfilled
in the life and ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. As such, the prophet's words
were a rich source of theological reflection concerning their Lord and a vital
aid in their defense against the objections of the Jews that Jesus was the
promised Messiah. The interpretation of Jesus' ministry in light of Isaiah's
prophecy was not a theological innovation on their part, but rather a following
of the path blazed by the New Testament writers and Jesus himself.
Among
passage-by-passage commentaries cited here are those by Eusebius of Caesarea,
Jerome, Cyril of Alexandria and Theodoret of Cyr, as well as one attributed to
Basil of Caesarea. John Chrysostom preached a series of homilies on Isaiah of
which most of those extant concern the first eight chapters, though Chrysostom
frequently cites Isaiah in numerous homilies on other books. Augustine of
Hippo, Gregory the Great and Bede the Venerable frequently cited passages from
Isaiah 1-39 as did many other fathers in defending the Christian faith from
Jewish critics.
The Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture
does what very few of today's students of the Bible could do for
themselves. The vast array of writings from the church fathers - including
much that is available only in the ancient languages - have been combed for
their comment on Scripture. From these results, scholars with a deep knowledge
of the fathers and a heart for the church have hand selected material for each
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of commentary has been chosen for its salient insight, its rhetorical power and
its faithful representation of the consensual exegesis of the early
church.
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postcritical revival of the early commentary tradition known as the glossa
ordinaria, a text artfully elaborated with ancient and authoritative
reflections and insights. An uncommon companion for theological interpretation,
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Editor: Steven A. McKinion.
Series: Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture, Old Testament, volume 10.
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ACCS OT 10: Isaiah 1-39

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