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The royal house of incidence of the Syrians in Samaria, and Ahaz the reaction follows an order of Yahweh to Isaiah. The word of God precedes the disclosure of the plans of the coalition Aramaic Jewish. Thus, the word of God receives within the text function to reproduce the response of Prophet Yahweh on the plan of the coalition. This chapter uses the signals that the text offers Isaiah 6.1 to 9.6, to determine the literary stratification of the text, in order to examine the resulting base layers and their extensions. The final part of the memorandum in Isaiah 8.16 to 9.6 is a text with different extensions. As a bridge to text, text Jes 6.1 to 8.15 is finally Isa 8,16f. The linguistic presentation of these verses refers to the exilic period in which the text blocks have been associated. The original content of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Aramaic-Israelite coalition; linguistic presentation; Prophet Yahweh; text of Isaiah

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