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Zwei Niederländer des 19. Jahrhunderts über die Wahrheit von Jesajas Prophetien

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This chapter discusses the truth of the prophecies in the Book of Isaiah. This discussion is based on the views of two Dutchmen in the 19th century: a well-known theologian and a famous preacher, and the other a free thinker who sought anonymity. Van der Hoeven stepped out of his study on the leader and led his readers on the basis of the photos from the world of the Bible. He aimed at guiding the reader through accurate pictures and descriptions of the holy places that were scenes of divine revelation of gray antiquity, or are glorified by the footsteps of God's own Son and the work of its first ambassadors. For Van der Hoeven, the Bible enjoys in all respects authority. The chapter also talks about Ferdinand Alexander de Mey van Alkemade, Jean Meslier and Herrmann Samuel Reimarus.

Keywords: Book of Isaiah; Van der Hoeven; Bible; God; Ferdinand Alexander de Mey van Alkemade; Jean Meslier; Herrmann Samuel Reimarus

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