Tag: Isaiah’s Apocalypse

Isaiah’s Apocalypse Continues: Journal 54

In summary, Isaiah presents a long section on wrathful judgment in chapter 24, interrupted by a shorter section concerning salvation of the willing. Then, in chapter 25, he presents a long section rejoicing in salvation. He interrupts this by a short section to tell the end of the wicked. Next, in the section from Isaiah 26:1-27:1, Isaiah combines the two themes of judgment for the faithful (salvation) and judgment against the wicked (condemnation) in more rapid succession, interweaving these throughout. Finally, chapter 27 describes Israel’s future with metaphor. … Continue readingIsaiah’s Apocalypse Continues: Journal 54