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‘Newness’ in the Psalms on Yhwh’s Kingship, Deutero- and Trito-Isaiah

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This chapter focuses on the new things in Deutero-Isaiah. In the lead-up, two versions of the 'new song for Yhwh', Ps. 96 and Ps. 98, are discussed. The intertextual relations between Deutero-Isaiah and Ps. 96 and 98 are discussed in the scope of the diachronic approach. After a long and adventurous journey and using the new song for Yhwh as point of departure, the chapter eventually reaches the vision of a new heaven and a new earth with which the book Isaiah concludes. How does this dualistic concept unfold within the literary structure of Isa. 65? and How does it fit into the corpus of Trito-Isaiah as a whole? And to what extent is the scope of Deutero-Isaiah's orientation of time, which we propose is so closely related to the concept of time in the fourth book of Psalms, still applicable in this eventual promise of a brand new creation?

Keywords: Deutero-Isaiah; diachronic approach; Psalms; Trito-Isaiah; Yhwh's kingship



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