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by Oswald T. Allis

Author: Oswald T. Allis
Subcategory: Encyclopedias & Subject Guides
Language: English
Publisher: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing (1980)
Pages: 134 pages
Category: Reference
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18 Oswald T. Allis, The Unity of Isaiah: A Study in Prophecy (Phillipsburg: Presbyterian & Reformed, 1950) . The latter prophets (Isaiah – Malachi), on the other hand, present minimal historical information at the outset of the book. Allis, The Unity of Isaiah: A Study in Prophecy (Phillipsburg: Presbyterian & Reformed, 1950), 62-63. 19 Geisler, 368. 7 in style. In each of the prophecies, the historical setting is identified by its heading and context. 21 As a result of this stylistic trend, it would be expected that additional prophecies distinct from Isaiah would also include an introductory heading to set itself apart. Furthermore, Geisler lists several phrases that are common to both the first and second half of the book.

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Analogous prophetic admonitions in the various portions of the book indicate that the same social and moral problems are being addressed. 1950. The Unity of Isaiah – A Study in Prophecy. Philadelphia, PA: Presbyterian & Reformed. For example, the Jews’ hands were full of blood (1:15), indeed, defiled with blood (59:3). Compare also 10:1-2 with 59:4-7. In the latter sections of the book, allegedly written in the Babylonian and post-Babylonian era, there are numerous references to Judah’s idolatry (cf. 41:19; 44:14; 57:4ff; 65:2-4).

Oswald Thompson Allis. The Unity of Isaiah: A Study in Prophecy (1977)

Oswald Thompson Allis. 1880-09-09)September 9, 1880. God Spake by Moses: An Exposition of the Pentateuch (1951). The Unity of Isaiah: A Study in Prophecy (1977). The New English Bible, the New Testament of 1961: A comparative study. Skilton, John H (1999). Bible Interpreters of the 20th Century.

This booklet is an extract from Oswald T Allis'book The Unity of Isaiah. The two studies, however, stand on their own as a classic treatment of the whole question of the relation between prophecy and prediction of future events. ark:/13960/t9t207174. Ocr. ABBYY FineReader 1.

Oswald Thompson Allis (9 September 1880 – 12 January 1973) was an American Presbyterian theologian. He was born in 1880 and studied at the University of Pennsylvania and Princeton Theological Seminary. The Mosaic Tradition and the Consequences Of Rejecting it - excerpt from The Five Books of Moses by Allis. Alternative names.

5 Isaiah 42:1-9 is usually viewed as three paragraphs (v. However, more recent scholarship accepts both the (Deutero-) Isaianic au- thorship of 42:1-4 and, for the most part, the unity of this passage with its following context.

5 Isaiah 42:1-9 is usually viewed as three paragraphs (vv. 1-4, v. Thus a number of scholars include 42:1-7 in the first servant song while others extend it to roughly verse 9 as is done in this article. 6 The identification of the servant in this poem generally coincides with the interpreter's overall view of the identity of the servant throughout the servant songs.

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The aim of this study of a vitally important subject is to direct the attention of the reader to two very significant facts. The first is, that the only adequate and satisfactory explanation of the until recently all but universally accepted belief that Isaiah wrote the entire book which bears his name is to be found in the fact that such a belief is fully in accord with the teachings of the entire Bible as to the nature of prophecy and also with its teachings as to Isaiah and his writings. Were such not the case, it would be difficult if not impossible to account for this remarkable unanimity in accepting the unity of Isaiah, which continued for so many centuries. The second matter which also deserves very careful consideration is the fact that the rejection of the unity of Isaiah, which has become an essential dogma of the higher criticism, is primarily and mainly due to the acceptance by the critics of a theory as to the nature of prophecy which makes belief in the unity of Isaiah impossible. This modern theory proceeds on the assumption that prediction of the distant future is impossible, that the predictive element in prophecy is to be reduced to the minimum, and that the prophet is to be thought of as a man of his own day and age, who spoke to the people of his own day of matters of urgent and immediate concern to them.