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The "nations" in the salvific racles of Isaiah

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The purpose of this study is to deconstruct the exegetical tradition that emphasizes the promise of universal salvation for the foreign nations in the book of Isaiah. The real message—scattered all along the book by its final author or Fourth Isaiah—is to affirm the liberation and return of the different Judean diasporas. The nations as such, on the contrary, will receive the negative lot of the reversal of fortunes.

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2005-04-01
2016-12-07

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