Item description for Conversations with Scripture: 2 Isaiah (Conversations with Scripture) by Stephen L. Cook...
Overview Engages readers with the astonishing beauty and depth of Second Isaiah and its relevance today Newest entry in the only Bible study series written from a uniquely Anglican perspective For use by adult formation programs in parish group settings and by individuals Study and reflection questions included Beautifully designed interior with margin glosses, pull quotes, boxes
The God of Second Isaiah, the Holy One of Israel, is increasingly foreign to modern Anglicans, who are often uncomfortable with the uncanny, fiery side of God. Unfortunately, this may leave Anglicans frustrated both with God s non-rational ways and with morality-centered Christianity.
The new research behind this book reveals Second Isaiah as priestly temple literature, expert at the Holy and its coming dawn on earth. Second Isaiah highlights priestly themes and quotes the temple texts to help readers approach that which is utterly mysterious. To study this material is to rediscover the overwhelming, absolute worth of God. "
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Studio: Morehouse Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 6.06" Height: 0.45" Weight: 0.64 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2008
Publisher Morehouse Publishing
Edition Student/Stdy Gde
Series Conversations with Scripture
ISBN 081922149X ISBN13 9780819221490
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More About Stephen L. Cook
Edited by Mark E. Biddle, Russell T. Cherry Professor of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament at Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond, the Reading the Old Testament commentary series presents cutting-edge biblical research in accessible language. Stephen L. Cook serves as the Catherine N. McBurney Professor of Old Testament Language and Literature at Virginia Theological Seminary. He did his doctoral training in Old Testament at Yale after having earning the M.Div. degree at Yale's Divinity School. Stephen has served in several capacities as an officer of the Society of Biblical Literature and is currently chair of the executive committee, the Catholic Biblical Association, Baltimore-Washington Region.
Stephen L. Cook was born in 1962.
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A heartfelt introduction and invitation to 2 Isaiah Jul 28, 2009
This is no stuffy academic work, rather an invitation into deeper relationship with God via the book of the Prophet Isaiah. Dr. Cook combines his love of biblical study with the profound desire to experience, love, and worship with awe the God who speaks through prophets such as Isaiah. Whether you seek an introduction to the second half of the Book of Isaiah, or insight into how God calls us into relationship, you cannot go wrong with this book. Dr. Cook's insight and joy shine through in this accessible commentary. Rediscover reverence and servanthood in a new light, through the lens of biblical exegesis and theology. This is a must read for anyone seeking a deeper relationship with God and God's presence in Holy Scripture.
Accessible, authoritative, and a joy to read Jul 21, 2009
Dr. Cook opens Isaiah to his readers in a way that is not only grounded in excellent scholarship, but also spiritually rich. Dr. Cook's style is not stuffy in the way some academic writings can be, not at all! While being informative about the context, content, and Christian interpretations of Isaiah, this book opens the poetry of Isaiah in a genuinely reverent, even loving way. Isaiah is thus woven into the very fabric of Christianity, enlivening our understanding of both the Bible and of Jesus as well. This book is a joy to read. I've savored every page. Recommended for anyone, from academics to the casually interested reader.