Studies on the Book of Isaiah

Studies on Isaiah 1-39

1. The Donkey and Its Crib

Studies on Isaiah 7:14 and the Sign of Immanuel

1. The Virgin Birth — And More

2. The Sign of Immanuel (Isaiah 7:14) – Part 1

3. The Sign of Immanuel (Isaiah 7:14) – Part 2

4. The Virgin Shall Conceive: A Study of Isaiah 7:14

5. The Birth of Immanuel

6. The Presence of Immanuel

7. Immanuel: God Is With Us

Isaiah 7:14: “A Virgin Shall Conceive”

Isaiah 7:14 and the TNIV Reconsidered

Isaiah 7:14 and the TNIV

Isaiah’s Wife

Rereading Isaiah 9:1: The Use of Gender Inclusive Language

“You Have Increased Their Joy” (Isaiah 9:3)

“Blessed be . . . Assyria the work of my hands” (Isaiah 19:25).

Studies on Isaiah 40-66

Deutero-Isaiah: The Prophet of the Exile

The Servant Songs of Isaiah

Inclusive Language and the Message of Isaiah

The Profanation of God’s Name (Isaiah 52:3-6)

Advent Sermons 2013 – The Book of Isaiah

Maternal Language for God in Deutero-Isaiah

The Book of Isaiah and Zionism

Revisiting Isaiah 50:1: The Problem of Divorce in the Old Testament

Rereading Isaiah 62:4: Beulah Land

Isaiah 40:3: The Way of the Lord

Rereading Isaiah 40:6

The Masculinity of the God of the Old Testament

The Gender of the God of the Bible

God as a Nursing Father

The Motherhood of God

Feminine Language for God

The Gender of YHWH

Yahweh, The God of Amen

Greg Boyd and the Alien Work of God

Prepare the Way of the Lord

Bringing Good News to Jerusalem

Israel’s Commitment to God

Israel’s Life in Exile

Prophetic Imagination

The Virgin Birth — And More

Monotheism and the Faith of Israel

The Syrian Crisis and the Second Coming of Christ

The Masculinity of God

Dashing Babies Against the Rocks

Sugarcoating the Bible

Who Will the Messiah Strike?

What Are We Waiting For?

Fear and Trust

Hope for the Future – Part 1

Hope for the Future – Part 2

The Tenacity of Israel’s Faith

Cats and Dogs in the Old Testament

Defending the Bible: The Conservative Bible Project

What Was the Donkey Doing in Its Master’s Crib?

Lilith Demons

The Release of Jehoiachin from Prison

Singing the Praises of the NIV

The Suffering Servant and the Mission of the Church

To Those Living in Deep Darkness: The Light Is Coming

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3 Responses to Studies on the Book of Isaiah

  1. Pingback: Studies on the Book of Isaiah | Talmidimblogging

  2. Dear Professor Dr. Claude Mariottini,
    Thank you for your short but very good written, in-depth articles!
    I am full of admiration for you, looking at what you have achieved and where you were publishing your research results.
    Is it possible that you read and comment on what I have briefly described in the article
    https://www.academia.edu/41736250/Division_of_the_Book_of_Exodus_into_fundamental_literary_units_according_to_the_thought_of_its_final_writer_redactor_Presentation_of_the_research_method_sequence
    and especially
    https://www.academia.edu/41736250/Division_of_the_Book_of_Exodus_into_fundamental_literary_units_according_to_the_thought_of_its_final_writer_redactor_Presentation_of_the_research_method_sequence
    which is the result of many years of my intense research and cooperation with the grace of God? The whole of this research is my doctoral dissertation.
    The key information is this: the Book of Exodus 1-18 consists of six pericopes, as tractates did in the ancient Near East about 16th-12th centuries before Christ. It is because the Book of Exodus 1-18 is the tractate of the covenant made by God with Israel during the four-stage Exodus, especially during their passing between the divided waters of the Sea of Reeds, i.e., quasi animal – Rahab (according to the vision of Isa 51:9-10, correctly translated and understood).
    The arrangement of these six pericopes fulfills the requirements bestowed on tractates from about 16th-12th centuries BC. The central four pericopes describe a four-stage ceremony of covenant-making; the outer two serve as an introduction (describing the history of relations of these two partners) and a conclusion (describing the regulations for their relations after the covenant-making day). The most important stage of the celebration – being the means of covenant-making – is the passage of two contracting parties between the halves of animals – cf. Gen 15, especially Gen 15:17-18. The meaning of the custom of such passing between halves of animal is mentioned in Jer 34:18-19. The same meaning has the passage between the halves of the Sea of Reeds – as it was proved on the way of in-depth analyses.

    I have published the translation of whole my doctoral dissertation in parts on the academia.edu website and also on my website https://www.adoracja.bielsko.opoka.org.pl/Kosek_mainWeb_UK.html

    Thank you for your scientific effort and for sharing its fruits!

    Wojciech Kosek

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    • Dear Wojciech,

      Thank you for your nice words. I looked briefly at the material you published on Academia. What I read shows that you have done solid research for you dissertation. I hope that others in academia will read what y wrote and profit from your research.

      Claude Mariottini

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