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The Ignatian Mystic and the Isaiah Scholar: A Response to John Goldingay’s The Theology of the Book of Isaiah

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In and with the many rich gifts it affords, John Goldingay’s theology of Isaiah forces a series of pressing questions about the nature of Scripture as witness to Christ and the Christian gospel as well as about the character and purpose of Christian readings of the Hebrew Scriptures and the place of Christian doctrine in the practice of faithful interpretation. This paper attempts not only to draw attention to these questions but also to show why they matter and to provide at least the beginnings of an alternative approach to reading Isaiah and other OT texts, largely through appeal to other of Goldingay’s works.

Affiliations: 1: Pentecostal Theological Seminary, Cleveland, Tennessee, USA,


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