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23 Cards in this Set

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What is the picture of Christ
Prince of Peace
Who wrote this book?
When was it written?
700-680 B.C.
To whom?
Judah (southern kingdom)
Why was it written?
Last major warning to the southern kingdom before the rise of Babylon
What is the critical view of Isaiah?
There are multiple Isaiah's that wrote the book. Two writeres.
There are many arguments for the unity (one author) of Isaiah.
1. Stylistic differences are due to content, not to the author.
2. Key title "Holy One" is uese 12 times in the first half and 14 times in the second half
3. New Testament writers refer to Isaiah as the author.
The call of Isaiah
1. His confrontation
2. His confession
3. His consecration
4. His call
5. His commission
King Uzziah died in what year?
740 B.C.
What does Seraphim mean?
burning ones
Outline of the book of Isaiah.
1. Prophetic Condemnation
2. Historic Consideration
3. Prophetic Consolation
4. Prophecies of Christ in Isaiah
5. Virgin birth prophecy
6. Divine child prophecy
7. Servant of the Lord prophecy
1. Prophetic Condemnation
1. Prophecies vs. Judah and Jerusalem.
2. Prophecies vs. the nations concerning
3. Perilous woes upon Israel and Judah
4. Predictions of the great Tribulation and Millennial Kingdom
2. Historic consideration
1. Looking back: Assyria
2. Looking ahead: Babylon
3. Prophetic Consolation
1. Purpose of peace
2. Prince of peace
3. Promise of peace
4. Prophecies of Christ in Isaiah
1. Virgin birth
2. Great lights in Galilee
3. Child ruler- "mighty God"
4. Rod and Branch of Jesse
5. Ensign of the Gentiles
6. Victor at Armageddon
7. Angel of the Lord
8. Forerunner prepares his way
9. Incarnate God
10. Servant of the Lord
11. Redeemer of Israel
12. Light to Gentiles
13. Suffering Servant
14. Resurrected Lord
15. Coming King
5. Virgin birth prophecy
1. Messianic: prediction of the birth of Christ
2. Non messianic: refers only to the birth of a child in Isaiah's day (Jewish View)
3. Dual-fufillment: Predicts both the birth of a child in Isaiah's time and the future birth of Christ
4. Exegetical Notes and Interpretive Issues
Sign (oth)
miraculous sign (not ordinary birth)
Behold (bineh)
exclamatory interjection to arrest the attention
Virgin (almah)
READ! PG 130
6. Divine Child Prophecy
1. Wonderful Counselor-
Miracle working counselor
2. Mighty God-
El is always used by Isaiah to refer to God alone. Thus, the child is God himself.
3. Everlasting father-
"Father of eternity" refers to Christ as Lord of eternal life.
4. Prince of Peace-
Refers to the millennial reign of Christ on earth.
7. Servant of the Lord Prophecy
1. Interpretive views
2. Power of predictive prophecy in Isaiah
3. The suffering savior
What chapter in the book of Isaiah is good for evangilising to Jews?
Chapter 53