Definition of Book of Isaiah
1. Noun. An Old Testament book consisting of Isaiah's prophecies.
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Literary usage of Book of Isaiah
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1. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1911)
"... 1894; TK Cheyne, Introduction to the Book of Isaiah, pp. 316-317, 363 sqq., London, 1895, and Jewish Religious Life after the Exile, pp. 25 sqq., ib. ..."
2. Bibliotheca Sacra by Dallas Theological Seminary (1890)
""The Book of Isaiah " treats of the first thirty-nine chapters only. The publishers promise us another volume soon, by the same author, completing the book. ..."
3. The Prophecies of Isaiah by Thomas Kelly Cheyne (1880)
"THE CHRISTIAN ELEMENT IN THE Book of Isaiah. I. AN influential modern writer upon the Old Testament, whose name is now at least as often heard as that of ..."
4. The Book of the Prophet Isaiah by J. Skinner (1896)
"CHAPTER V. PROBABLE COMPOSITION OF THE Book of Isaiah- CONTENTS OF CH. I.—XXXIX. THE book which bears the name of Isaiah is in reality a collection of ..."
5. An Introduction to the Old Testament: Chronologically Arranged by Harlan Creelman (1917)
"The Book of Isaiah, 2 vols. (Expos. B.). 1889-90. SMITH (GA), JERUSALEM = Jerusalem from the Earliest Times to AD 70. 2 vols. 1908. SMITH (GA), MODERN CRIT. ..."