In this Old Testament commentary, conservative scholar Peter A. Steveson explains Isaiah verse by verse. Isaiah’s great prophecy contains not only many well-loved passages but also many seldom-seen ones. Using the King James Version and the Hebrew text, Steveson evaluates widely differing poetic and prophetic interpretations from a literal hermeneutic. He includes an excursus on “the servant of the Lord” and lists practical applications after each chapter. His straightforward, dispensational exposition will benefit preaching, teaching, and personal Bible study. Index of Hebrew words included.
Retired professor of English Bible at Bob Jones University, Steveson has also written commentaries on Psalms
, and Daniel
and a book on .
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