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The Place And Function Of Isaiah 28:14–22 In The Context Of Isaiah 28–33

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This chapter focuses on Isaiah 28:14–22, and determines the place of the pericope within the redactional unit of Isaiah 28–33. The accessible studies written in recent years on Isaiah 28–33 as a redactional unit within the book of Isaiah are the articles of G. Stansell from 1996 and W.A.M. Beuken from 1998. The author uses both studies as a guide in describing first the structural and then the content based cohesion that is evident within Isaiah 28–33. If one correct in understanding Isaiah 28 as the overture to the redactional unit Isaiah 28–33, then the next step would be to determine the place of Isa. 28:14–22 in the given context. The chapter concludes that the prophecy of judgement of 28:14–22 serves as a guide for the reader of Isaiah 28–33, so than the closely related prophecy of judgement of 28:7–13, and in particular because of the Zion text of 28:16.

Keywords: Isaiah 28:14–22; Isaiah 28–33; prophecy of judgement; redactional unit; structural cohesion; Zion text



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