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The Zion Text Of Isaiah 28:16 And The New Testament

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This appendix presents the exegetical results of the Zion text of Isaiah 28:16 that are examined from the New Testament perspective. Before turning to the specific appeal to the Zion text of 28:16, however, it seems appropriate to begin with some observations concerning the New Testament appeal to Scripture in general. Continuity between Isaiah’s Zion preaching on the one hand and the New Testament preaching of Christ on the other is to be found in the reliability of God’s salvific deeds with respect to Zion. The Zion text of Isa. 28:16 acquire its ongoing power of persuasion from the reliability of the said salvific deeds, which ultimately call for a response of faith in both the Old and the New Testaments. The persuasiveness of the New Testament witness to Christ is likewise based on the reliability of the same salvific deeds.

Keywords: Isaiah 28:16; New Testament; Zion text



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