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Isaiah—Answer Guide

Isaiah—Answer Guide
Isaiah—Answer Guide

ISBN: 9780814636589, 3658

Details: 32 pgs, 6 x 9
Publication Date: 07/01/2013
Little Rock Scripture Study
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This study has 13 sessions, incorporating an introductory session and 12 lessons. The study set includes the Study Guide by Clifford M. Yeary and Catherine Upchurch, and the New Collegeville Bible Commentary, “Isaiah,” by Leslie J. Hoppe (Liturgical Press).

Leslie J. Hoppe, OFM, is an adjunct professor at Catholic Theological Union after serving on its faculty for twenty-four years, and serves as the provincial minister of the Assumption Province Franciscans. He has written several books on biblical studies and archaeology, including The Holy City: Jerusalem in the Theology of the Old Testament (Liturgical Press, 2000). He is a former editor of The Bible Today and currently serves on its editorial board.

In the Bible, the primary role of the prophet is to speak for God, to see and hear as God sees and hears, and then to pronounce words of correction and hope. In Isaiah, we encounter God's accusation against Israel; the holiness of God; hope for a messianic king; oracles against foreign nation; prophecies of restoration; and challenges for exiles returning to their homeland. The book of Isaiah is quoted in the New Testament more often than any other Old Testament writing other than the Psalms. It is a compilation of the prophetic work of an eighth-century prophet (chs. 1–35), an exilic disciple called Second Isaiah (chs. 4—55), and postexilic writings called Third Isaiah (chs. 56-66).

Weekly Lessons
Introductory session
Lesson 1—Isaiah 1–4
Lesson 2—Isaiah 5–11
Lesson 3—Isaiah 12–19
Lesson 4—Isaiah 20–27
Lesson 5—Isaiah 28–32
Lesson 6—Isaiah 33–39
Lesson 7—Isaiah 40:1–43:8
Lesson 8—Isaiah 43:9–46:13
Lesson 9—Isaiah 47:1–50:11
Lesson 10—Isaiah 51:1–55:13
Lesson 11—Isaiah 56:1–61:11
Lesson 12—Isaiah 62:1–66:24


Only one Answer Guide is needed per small group facilitator. Order all Study Sets for participants separately, as well as one set of the Wrap-Up-Lectures.

ISBN: 9780814636589, 3658

Details: 32 pgs, 6 x 9
Publication Date: 07/01/2013
Little Rock Scripture Study