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Strophe VI: 18:7

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This chapter presents the text and translation of Isa 18:7. Some scholars seem to focus on the change from poetry (vv. 1–6) to prose (v. 7), while others attend to the contents of v. 7. To the latter point, one of the reasons why some scholars do not consider v. 7 as “original” is this verse’s terminology “Zion”, and “YHWH Sebaoth”. H.Wildberger is one of those who argue that the assertion in Isa 18:7 that Mount Zion is “the place of the name of YHWH Sebaoth” shows that this verse is a later addendum. This chapter shows how Isa 18 in its final form is designed in a way that communicates a message of judgement towards Judah. Accordingly, v. 7 is throughout this work regarded as an integral part of Isa 18. v. 7 accommodate a thorough description of the Cushites.

Keywords: contextual analysis; Isa 18:7; motif analysis; mount zion; poetic technique; rhetorical analysis; textual design; YHWH Sebaoth

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